Saudi Arabia, North Korea, Russia and 34 other states have written to the United Nations supporting China’s policies in its western region of Xinjiang, according to a copy of the letter seen by Reuters, in contrast to strong Western criticism. China has been accused of detaining a million Muslims and persecuting ethnic Uighurs in Xinjiang, and 22 ambassadors signed a letter to the U.N. Human Rights Council last week criticising its policies. But the letter supporting China commended what it called China’s remarkable achievements in the field of human rights. Nearly 40 states including Saudi Arabia, North Korea and Russia have have written to the United Nations supporting China’s policies in its western region of Xinjiang (pictured) where some one million Muslims are said to be under detention in state-run ‘re-education camps’ The letter said security had returned to Xinjiang and the fundamental human rights of people of all ethnic groups there had been safeguarded. The picture taken in Yangisar, south of Kashgar in western Xinjiang, shows a Chinese flag behind razor wire at a housing compound RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Massive databases containing tens of thousands of photos… Missing Chinese girl, nine, is found dead in sea a week… The… Read full this story
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