Three diplomats, from Pakistan, Palestine and Syria, talk about the Xinjiang they’ve experienced through their eyes and what’s been missing in many Western reports.
By Lui Xin
Published on CGTN, Apr 27, 2021
As more international delegations and officials take trips to Xinjiang to see the region for themselves, it’s becoming clearer that many Western politicians and media have deliberately overlooked the economic, social and cultural rights Chinese ethnic minorities enjoy in the region. The firsthand experiences in Xinjiang among diplomats from abroad have shed new light on the ongoing topic of human rights.
Moin ul Haque, Pakistani Ambassador to China; Fariz Mehdawi, Palestinian Ambassador to China; Imad Moustapha, Syrian Ambassador to China
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