China has announced, according to the sanctions of the United States of retaliatory measures against American institutions and high-ranking politicians. Among the Affected the Republican senators Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, a spokeswoman for the foreign Ministry said in Beijing on Monday. "We call on the United States urgently, its wrong decision immediately to withdraw, and with words and deeds to stop, which is located in China's internal Affairs to interfere, and China's interests," said the spokeswoman. Neither senators Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz nor the Deputy Chris Smith and the Ambassador for religious freedom, Sam Brownback, is expected to travel to the people's Republic.
The United States accuse the Chinese government, the Muslim Uighur minority and violating human rights. You have adopted, therefore, criminal measures against high-ranking representative of the people's Republic. "The American sanctions are a serious interference in internal Affairs," said the Ministry spokeswoman.
The American Secretary of state Mike Pompeo had denounced on Thursday "a horrible and systematic" human rights violations in the Chinese province of Xinjiang. "The United States will not stand idly by as the Communist party of China, people committing rights violations against Uighurs, ethnic Kazakhs and members of other minorities in Xinjiang," said Pompeo. As a punishment he imposed entry bans against three party members and their families, and announced the Freezing of assets in the United States. Is affected, among others, the chief of the Communist party in Xinjiang, and the chief of security of the province.
Britain wants to stay in clear words
According to human rights organizations are locked up in camps in Xinjiang, more than a Million Uighurs and other Muslims in
Detention. You are forced, according to the activists to give up their Religion, culture and language
and in part, miss.
For weeks, tensions grow between the United States and China. In addition to unresolved trade disputes are also poor Chinese measures against the Coronavirus pandemic, and the new so-called security law for Hong Kong, the bilateral relationship strain from an American perspective.Updated Date: 13 July 2020, 08:20