Chinese UN envoy refutes US accusations over counter-terrorism in Xinjiang

  • China
  • Saturday, 08 Feb 2020

According to China's UN envoy, the Xinjiang local economy continues to grow and the people of all ethnic groups live in harmony. - Picture courtesy of the Chinese Embassy in Malaysia

UNITED NATIONS (Xinhua): A Chinese UN envoy on Friday (Feb 7) refuted accusations by the United States over China's counter-terrorism efforts in its northwestern region of Xinjiang.

At a Security Council meeting on the threat posed by the Islamic State, Wu Haitao, China's deputy permanent representative to the United Nations, said the remarks by the US representative regarding Xinjiang are "unwarranted."

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