The minister claims that the Chinese leadership is committing crimes against humanity and genocide in Xinjiang. They would be directed against the Uyghurs, but also against other minorities.
Pompeo is under the leadership of Republican President Trump, who will be replaced by Democrat Biden on Wednesday. During his campaign, relations with the Uyghurs have already been described as genocide by a spokesperson.
Despite Pompeo’s comments, the Trump administration has also been criticized for dealing with China, which, while being tackled economically, is the question of how far the United States has made a fist on human rights. the man.
However, Pompeo’s statement is one on behalf of the US government, which carries more weight.
Pompeo called the Chinese action an insult to the Chinese people and civilized countries around the world. He warned of the consequences of Chinese influence in the free world. China and the communist regime should be held accountable, he said. If the Chinese Communist Party is allowed to commit genocide and crimes against humanity against its own people, it may feel encouraged to harm the free world “in the not so distant future,” he warned.
The minister urged all international bodies, including the courts, to take legal action against China’s treatment of Uyghurs. He said he was confident the United States would continue to increase the pressure.
In the Netherlands, China is infiltrating groups to spy on the Uyghur community, De Telegraaf wrote. Read this article via the link below.
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