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Embassy Spokesperson's Remarks on Xinjiang-related Issues
2022-05-26 00:41

The Xinjiang-related issues have nothing to do with religion, ethnicity or human rights, but everything to do with fighting terrorism, separatism and extremism. The government of the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region has fought violent terrorist crimes in accordance with law and, at the same time, worked to address the root cause of terrorism. These efforts include introducing de-radicalisation education, promoting economic development, improving people’s livelihood, strengthening solidarity among ethnic groups, and fully safeguarding the lawful rights and interests of the people of all ethnic groups.

The allegations of so-called "re-education camps" are sheer lies from some anti-China politicians, media and scholars who act in  collusion to create trouble. They are attempting to use political manipulation and economic coercion under the pretext of protecting human rights to undermine Xinjiang's prosperity and stability and contain China's development.

I want to emphasize that Xinjiang affairs are China's internal affairs that brook no interference by any external forces. Certain media and politicians in Denmark should realize that they are in no position and have no right to point finger at China, and should stop interfering in China’s internal affairs under any pretext.

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