October 4, 2022

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Tensions: China is angry over the passage of a resolution on the Uyghur genocide in France, saying it would interfere in internal affairs.

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The Chinese embassy in France is pressing the international community to change Chinese policies based on lies, following a resolution condemning the genocide of Chinese Muslims passed in the French parliament.

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Concerned about human rights issues with Uyghur Muslims in China’s Xinjiang province, the French parliament said it was a genocide of a particular community. The proposal was introduced by the opposition Socialist Party and backed by President Emmanuel Macron’s party. China is shocked by the passage of this resolution. It said the plan would have an impact on bilateral relations.

The Chinese embassy in France said the issues related to Xinjiang were not ethnic, religious or human rights, but terrorism and separatism. These issues are related to China’s sovereignty, regional integrity and national security. Meanwhile, China’s state-run newspaper, the Global Times, reported on a resolution passed by the French parliament calling for interference in China’s internal affairs and slander.

The Chinese embassy in France is pressing the international community to change Chinese policies based on lies, following a resolution condemning the genocide of Chinese Muslims passed in the French parliament. Earlier, the French parliament passed a resolution against China with 169 votes. Only one vote was cast against the motion.

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Concerned about human rights issues with Uyghur Muslims in China’s Xinjiang province, the French parliament said it was a genocide of a particular community. The proposal was introduced by the opposition Socialist Party and backed by President Emmanuel Macron’s party. China is shocked by the passage of this resolution. It said the plan would have an impact on bilateral relations.

The Chinese embassy in France said the issues related to Xinjiang were not ethnic, religious or human rights, but terrorism and separatism. These issues are related to China’s sovereignty, regional integrity and national security. Meanwhile, China’s state-run newspaper, the Global Times, reported on a resolution passed by the French parliament calling for interference in China’s internal affairs and slander.

The Chinese embassy in France is pressing the international community to change Chinese policies based on lies, following a resolution condemning the genocide of Chinese Muslims passed in the French parliament. Earlier in the day, the French parliament passed a resolution against China with 169 votes. Only one vote was cast against the motion.

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