China criticises EU over the issue of Uyghurs in Xinjiang

China criticises EU over the issue of Uyghurs in Xinjiang

Brussels/Beijing – The conditions imposed by the European Union regarding the visit to the Uyghurs in Xinjiang province are unfair, and the stand of the European Union is dual-faced, criticised China. The United Nations, the United States and European countries are insisting that China should allow entry to independent unbiased observers in the Xinjiang province. […]

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Let UN officials visit Xinjiang, China, to inquire about Uyghurs, demand raised in the US human rights meeting

Let UN officials visit Xinjiang, China, to inquire about Uyghurs, demand raised in the US human rights meeting

Geneva – An insistent demand was made in the UN Human Rights meeting; China should allow impartial observers and officials deputed by the United Nations to enter the Xinjiang province to investigate the atrocities against the Uyghur people. Forty countries supported the statement published with the Canadian initiative. The report also mentions Hongkong and Tibet. […]

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Concerns grow in Islamic countries over banishment of Uyghurs

Concerns grow in Islamic countries over banishment of Uyghurs

Canberra/Tokyo/Beijing: Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison strongly demanded that the World Trade Organisation (WTO) take stern action against countries with aggressive economic policies. The meeting of the G7 countries is starting in the United Kingdom, from Friday; Prime Minister Morrison indicated that this issue would be raised in the meeting. Furthermore, Japan has announced support […]

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Chinese issues sanctions against British lawmakers and thinktanks raising the Uyghurs Issue

Chinese issues sanctions against British lawmakers and thinktanks raising the Uyghurs Issue

London/Beijing: China has imposed sanctions against the British lawmakers, along with thinktanks, for raising the issue of Uyghur genocide in the Xinjiang province. An aggressive reaction has been received from the United Kingdom over the Chinese sanctions. Bes Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that he was proud of the British lawmakers. British Foreign Minister Dominic […]

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British companies keeping relations with Chinese companies by using Uyghurs as forced labour will face action: British Foreign Minister Dominic Raab

British companies keeping relations with Chinese companies by using Uyghurs as forced labour will face action: British Foreign Minister Dominic Raab

London/Beijing: Saying that it is the duty of the United Kingdom to retaliate against the infuriating oppression of the Uyghur community by the Chinese communist regime, British Foreign Minister Dominic Raab announced that the British companies that are keeping relations with Chinese companies in Xinjiang province would face stringent actions. Only two days ago, the […]

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Rethink about relations with China who has enslaved Uyghurs, Trump administration berates US companies

Rethink about relations with China who has enslaved Uyghurs, Trump administration berates US companies

Washington: – The ruling communist government in China is using Uyghurs for slave labour, and there are Chinese Companies involved in this. The US State Department has warned that the US companies getting their products manufactured from China should consider this and rethink about their relationship with the Chinese companies and government. A few days […]

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