No. The foreign gov should keep their programs open for HK.Actually its less to do with EU politics and more to do with the quality of HKrs leaving. What West expected were that top executives, intellectuals and highly skilled HKrs would leave and contribute to Western economy instead. But now they've realised that the only ones leaving are petty criminals, low skilled workers & unemployed University grads who can barely speak English.
The last thing Europe needs is more Taxi drivers/dishwashers/restaurant workers/delivery boys. They got enough already.
You'll soon see countries who were advocating for HK immigration to quietly increase vetting or simply phase it out.
This is good for China. The people who are leaving, are people who are already brainwashed and could cause internal stability.
As such, better to ship them out of the country and thus have stronger domestic support in HK to carry out reforms without internal resistance
Remember, always leave your enemy an exit