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China claims to ‘fight’ from ‘anti-China’ critics alleging human rights violations


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An envoy from China’s Xinjiang province mentioned Thursday that Chinese authorities are ready for a “fight” with “anti-China” critics in the West and somewhere else above allegations of legal rights abuses in the anti-extremism campaign from Uyghurs and other Muslim ethnic groups in the location.

Xinjiang authorities spokesman Xu Guixiang mentioned Chinese authorities will not likely be worried if “anti-China forces” try to use the ongoing Human Legal rights Council conference in Geneva to seek higher scrutiny of the circumstance in Xinjiang.

Xu has spoken repeatedly in defense of China’s policies intended to fight violent extremism in Xinjiang. This 7 days he is heading a delegation in Geneva to get the concept to the rights business and diplomats at the 47-member condition council, of which both of those China and the United States are presently members.

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Some Western nations are hoping to keep intercontinental scrutiny of the legal rights situation by means of the council just after the U.N. legal rights office issued a scathing new report past thirty day period that alleged “crimes from humanity” had taken spot in Xinjiang in the latest years. Such Western initiatives could appear by way of a draft resolution or other measures at the council.

Xu Guixiang, director of the information office of China's Xinjiang province, pictured here at a Human Rights Council meeting in Geneva, Switzerland, on Sept. 22, 2022, denies claims that China is committing human rights violations against minority groups such as Uyghur Muslims.

Xu Guixiang, director of the information office environment of China’s Xinjiang province, pictured right here at a Human Rights Council assembly in Geneva, Switzerland, on Sept. 22, 2022, denies claims that China is committing human rights violations against minority groups these as Uyghur Muslims.
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“If some forces in the worldwide neighborhood — or even anti-China forces — make so-identified as ‘Xinjiang-relevant motions’ or so-known as ‘resolutions,’ we will not be concerned,” Xu stated. “We will just take countermeasures resolutely and struggle.”

Xu acknowledged, in a considerably unconventional admission: “Of course, the human rights condition in Xinjiang is in a approach of further enhancing and producing much more attempts,” right before adding, “but there is no this sort of factor as the massive violation of human rights as claimed by the Xinjiang report.”

He claimed China is seeking for “trade, dialogue and cooperation” and hopes to “study from the effective steps taken by other international locations in the world” on human rights. But Xu also insisted unspecified “human rights disasters” perpetrated by Western international locations really should be investigated, as well.

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In the waning minutes of her last working day in office on Aug. 31, the business office of Michelle Bachelet, the U.N. Large Commissioner for Human Rights, issued a report accusing China of major human legal rights violations against Uyghurs and other typically Muslim ethnic groups. It referred to as on the planet neighborhood to give “urgent focus” to the scenario in Xinjiang.

Human legal rights teams have accused China of sweeping a million or extra people today from the minority teams into detention camps where many have reported they have been tortured, sexually assaulted, and forced to abandon their language and faith.

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