Civil rights groups and academics have become reluctant to meet European Union officials in Hong Kong following the introduction of the national security law last year, the bloc’s top diplomat in the city has told the Post ahead of Human Rights Day.Thomas Gnocchi, who leads the European Union Office to Hong Kong and Macau, on Thursday said the impact of the law had rippled beyond political groups to other bodies less likely to cross the red line of authorities, including groups advocating…

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