Despite immense pressure from Beijing, the UN has released a long-awaited report on human rights abuses in China’s Xinjiang region. According to the United Nations, crimes against humanity may have been committed in the region.
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UN shock report. The United Nations released on Wednesday, August 31 Its long-awaited report on human rights abuses in Xinjiang, a Chinese region where the Uyghur minority is persecuted. According to this report, “Serious Violations” Human rights violations in the region and allegations of torture and sexual violence in Xinjiang “reliable”.
“The extent of arbitrary and discriminatory detention of members of Uyghurs and other majority Muslim groups…could constitute international crimes, particularly crimes against humanity.”
UN said that the situation in the region needs attention “Urgent” of the international community.
The The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, where Michelle Bachelet left the administration on Wednesday. So this statement has been published in terrorism Despite pressure from Beijing. After a series of attacks by Islamists or Uyghur separatists from 2009 to 2014, the Chinese region came under intense surveillance. Based on Western studies, interpretations of official documents, testimonies of alleged victims and statistics, Beijing alleges that at least one million people, mostly Uyghurs, are being held in “camps” for sterilization and abortions. “Strength” or to impose “forced labour”.
The contents of this report have so far been well preserved. The US government accused Beijing of “genocide” in Xinjiang. In January, the French National Assembly followed in the footsteps of delegations from the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Canada. “Genocide” China’s treatment of the Uyghurs. Beijing continues to do all the evil it thought before issuing this statement. “The so-called Xinjiang problem is completely fabricated and a politically motivated lie”He had assured Zhang Jun, the Chinese ambassador, that it was hindering China’s development.
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