A spokesman for the Chinese Foreign Ministry accused some Western politicians, media representatives and academics of fabricating lies about the so-called “genocide” and “forced labor” in the Uygar Autonomous Region of Xinjiang.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hua Chunying
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying made the remark at his home regular press conference on Friday, when he was asked to comment on comments made by some Canadian, American and Australian politicians about Xinjiang.
Upon discovering that the Uighur population in Xinjiang has doubled in the last 40 years, Haas asked if anyone had witnessed such a “massacre”.
“Recently, some people in Canada, the United States and Australia have been repeatedly lying about Xinjiang,” Hua said, adding that China has explained the current situation of Xinjiang well in various ways – but it People don’t want to hear that.
These people have never been to Xinjiang itself, nor have they seen the beauty of Xinjiang with their own eyes, nor have they ever felt that the harmony and happiness of the people in Xinjiang remained.
She said that over 200 million tourists visited Xinjiang in 2019. China welcomes politicians, media representatives and academics from Canada, the United States, and Australia, who visit Xinjiang and talk to the people living there if they really want to understand the true situation of Xinjiang.
On the other hand, China strongly opposes any so-called “investigation” based on the presumption of crime.
Describing the massacre as a reality in Canada, the United States, and Australia, Hua said that while some Western critics repeatedly make unwarranted human rights accusations against China, they always ignore the problems in their countries.
“Do Canadian, US and Australian politicians have anything to say about these issues? Do you condemn these problems? “Hua asked.
Hua stressed that the right to life and health are top human rights priorities in all countries and all societies, at all times.
He contrasted with the joy of the Chinese during the Spring Festival, which had recently come to an end, following the enormous difficulties facing American citizens in the current Texas icy weather in southern Texas.
“When it comes to ensuring human rights, we firmly believe that we are on the right track. We are confident in the future, ”Hua said.
Those who constantly searched and circulated about Xinjiang were actually trying to use human rights as an excuse for mediation in China’s internal affairs, harming China’s security and stability, and China’s development Blocking used to criticize Hua, saying that such conspiracies are doomed to fail.
Hua urged these people to focus on their societies and solve problems in their countries. However, should they insist on harming China’s interests, China will provide decisive and necessary responses.