LONDON (Reuters) – Britain on Friday criticised China for human rights violations in Xinjiang region, calling for the United Nations to be given unfettered access to the area.
In a speech to the UN Human Being Rights Council, junior Foreign Workplace minister Tariq Ahmad likewise criticised China’s imposition of nationwide security laws on Hong Kong.
” We get in touch with China to support the rights and freedoms in the Joint Declaration, to appreciate the independence of the Hong Kong judiciary, permit unconfined access to Xinjiang and to launch all those who are arbitrarily apprehended,” he said, according to a copy of his address launched by the Foreign Workplace.
Reporting by Alistair Smout, composing by William James; editing by Michael Holden
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