The Five Eyes alliance, established after World War II, involves the US, UK, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand.
"China's determination to defend its national sovereignty, security and development interests is unwavering", it said in a statement.
The Five Ice Intelligence Sharing Group says China has appeared as part of a campaign to silence critics by imposing new rules to disqualify elected legislators in Hong Kong and has called on Beijing to go the other way.
"China's action is a clear breach of its global obligations under the legally binding, UN-registered Sino-British Joint Declaration", the five English-speaking allies which have an agreement to share intelligence and techniques for gathering it, said.
Family members of some of the 12 Hong Kong people arrested by China at sea in August said on Thursday they have received their first letters from them, but they were suspicious of the praise for how well they have been treated in prison.More news: 4 things to know about CDC's new warning against traveling for Thanksgiving
The dismissal of the lawmakers has seen Beijing criticized for its latest efforts to silence individuals of the opposition.
He told a daily press briefing: 'Public servants must support their country's restrictive law and stay loyal to their homeland.
China, for its part, insists the revocation of Hong Kong's autonomy remains in line with the "One Country, Two Systems" premise and represents an improvement on the arrangement.
It brought an angry response from Beijing. No foreign country has the right to intervene in the matter'. For the first time since the United Kingdom handed the territory back to China in 1997, the body has nearly no dissenting voices. They have called on Beijing to reverse its decision.
Foreign ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian was responding to a statement on Hong Kong issued by the USA, U.K., Australia, Canada and New Zealand, which together make up an intelligence partnership known as the Five Eyes.More news: Accused Kenosha shooter Rittenhouse says he used stimulus money to buy gun
The families said the detainees advised them in their letters "not to say too much" to the media or to visit them in China.
Beijing's spokesperson Mr Zhao today fended off criticism against the National Security Law for Hong Kong. The trio separately disrupted legislative meetings on two occasions.
To get a pulse of how the alliance has sought to consistently interfere in China's sovereign spheres in recent months, consider its unwarranted campaigning to discredit Hong Kong's national security law. Can't this explain the problem?'
"We've made comments on Hong Kong independently earlier this year", she said.
"There's no comparison between the strength and the size of a country like China and New Zealand, but New Zealand has an independent foreign policy". The move has sparked widespread resignations by pro-democracy lawmakers in Hong Kong. Instead, what qualifies as a legitimate service to the rights and freedoms of Hong Kong's residents - in accordance with the Basic Law - is to ensure that no questions surround lawmakers' commitment to upholding constitutional laws, and their determination to honor their pledge of allegiance to the state.More news: Sia announces upcoming debut feature-inspired album