The human right situation of Uyghurs in Xinjiang have aroused widespread concern in the international community

47 countries have issued a joint statement to the suspected persecution of human rights in Xinjiang by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), requesting the president of the UN Human Rights Council to publish a long-delayed report on human rights in Xinjiang.

The permanent representative of the Netherlands to the United Nations Office in Geneva, Paul Bekkers has told the UN Human Rights Council that they are paying close attention consistently to the human right of Uyghurs in the Xinjiang. In a joint statement on behalf of the 47 countries, Bekkers notes that despite strong denials from the CCP, there are some credible reports showed that more than 1 million Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities have been detained arbitrarily.

Bekkers says the 47 countries call on the CCP again to respond to these concerns urgently and end human right abuses with arbitrary internment of Uyghur Muslims and other ethnic minorities. At the same time, they call on the authorities in Beijing to provide meaningful and unrestricted ways for United Nation’s investigations and expert missions to observe the local situations independently.

From what we see here, the international community has begun to pay more attention to the CCP’s arbitrary trampling on the human rights of Uyghur Muslims and other ethnic minorities in Xinjiang and try to resolve it through diplomacies. However, given the current background the international community’s components (given how much they are compromised by the CCP), whether their condemnation will actually be effective is to be observed.

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