China bans nine individuals and four entities in Xinjiang. Moreover, including five members of the British parliament, for speaking out against human rights abuses.
In our previous article, we discussed the Allegations from both of the countries US and Japan. About that china expresses that these allegations are “baseless”.
According to the World News Agency, in response to the UK’s ban on Chinese officials involved in the inhumane treatment of Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang, China imposed travel and trade restrictions on British MPs and institutions.
Such as Britain has banned Chinese authorities responsible for violence against Uighur Muslims.
China bans British MPs Tom Togandat, Ian Duncan Smith, Neil O’Brien, Tim Luton, and Nusrat Ghani, House of Lords’ David Elton and Helena Kennedy, educationist Joanne Smith Finley and barrister Geoffrey Nice Is.
For instance, China has imposed sanctions on four institutions, including nine UK members, including China Research Group, the Conservative Party Human Rights Commission, the Uighur Tribunal, and Essex Court Chambers, a leading London firm.
A statement issued by the Chinese Foreign Ministry said that these British individuals. In addition, entities had spread accusations of malicious treatment of Uighur Muslims and unfounded information about China.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry statement added that China is committed to safeguarding its national sovereignty, security. And development interests and warns the United Kingdom not to go further in the wrong direction or face a strong response.
Responding to the ban by China, British Foreign Secretary Dominic Robb said. Britain had supported the international community in imposing sanctions on those responsible for human rights abuses. The Chinese government bans its critics.
The British Foreign Secretary added that if China wanted to credibly reject allegations of human rights abuses in Xinjiang. It should allow the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights to verify the facts.