China News: Diplomats and human rights advocates from various countries have urged the United Nations to take strong measures against China in the wake of reports of “crimes against humanity”, saying that the international body will be judged in the future by whether it treats ethnic minorities. How does it deal with the case of allegations against China for the harassment of Human rights organizations and journalists have been accusing Uighurs and other Muslim ethnic groups of persecution in Xinjiang for many years. China is accused of torturing these groups in Xinjiang, sexually harassing them and forcing them to leave. A report released last month by the United Nations Human Rights Office has given further impetus to these allegations. “It is no longer possible to remain passive,” said Fernand de Varennes, the UN special envoy for the rights of minorities, at an event sponsored by the Atlantic Council and Human Rights Watch. If we let someone go without punishment, what message will it send?
‘Reliability will be affected’
US Ambassador to the United Nations, Geoffrey Proscott, said, “How the response to these atrocities will affect the credibility of our international system.” He said, “It is very sad to see that the modern United Nations A country that has played such an important role in building the system and has a permanent status in the United Nations is in such a serious breach of its commitments. Reports of alleged harassment were issued.
China called the report illegal
It is believed that this report was postponed for a long time. The United Nations has said in its much-awaited report that the forced detention of Uighurs and others in Xinjiang, China, could amount to a crime against humanity. China has expressed surprise and displeasure at the release of a report by the United Nations (UN) Human Rights Office. Terming the report as illegal and invalid, China said that the US has fabricated this report to stop it.