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Party Chief pooh, poohs Xinjiang genocide claims

URUMQI: The Party chief of Northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region defended China’s policy and debunked accusations of “forced labor” and “genocide” in the region at a virtual event on Monday, while representatives from foreign political parties at the event condemned some Western countries for using human rights as a cover to interfere in other countries’ domestic affairs.
Data, stories and facts they shared at the event were a strong rebuttal to some Western countries’ blatant smears of China on Xinjiang-related affairs, especially at the ongoing session of the UN Human Rights Council during which Britain’s foreign secretary attacked China on so-called ‘human rights issues’ in Xinjiang, analysts said.
The Monday event, themed “A Better Life for All,” focused on how the Communist Party of China (CPC) regional committee of Xinjiang implements various policies to allow local residents to enjoy better lives.
More than 300 foreign guests from 200 political parties, international organizations, media outlets and think tanks from 80 countries and regions attended the event. Representatives of Xinjiang residents also shared their stories with foreign guests.
Chen Quanguo, secretary of the CPC Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Regional Committee, shared six stories to show Xinjiang’s economic development, improvements in local residents’ livelihood, ethnic unity, protection of religions and the battle against COVID-19 in the region.
Chen said that a 91-year-old Uygur resident in Qiemo county in the Bayingolin Mongolian Autonomous Prefecture is enjoying life with seven sons and daughters, and more than 40 grandchildren.
– The Daily Mail-Global Times News exchange item

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