The long-awaited release of the UN human rights report assessing human rights concerns in the XUAR region has found that China likely committed human rights violations against Uyghur Muslims and other ethnic minorities – an accusation which China denies.
The report concluded that human rights violations had likely been committed and summarised that:
This raises serious questions about how international governments and business will respond.
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Mark Schiefelbein. Alliance/AP. September 02, 2022