According to Reuters, China today rejected allegations of genocide by Uighur Muslims and other minorities living in the Xinjiang region at the UN, calling them all “slanderous attacks.”
During his speech to the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi accused religious repression: “There are 24,000 mosques in the West, there is freedom, so there is no religious repression, no forced labor and no genocide in Xinjiang.” .
“The door to Xinjiang will always be open to all. In fact, many citizens from many countries visit Xinjiang every year to learn the truth and truth on the spot,” Yi began by underlining the challenge: “China also welcomes the High Commissioner to Human Rights if you wish to visit Xinjiang,” he said. நா. Human Rights Commissioner Michael Bachelet said he would like to visit the area to find out the truth.
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