U.S. "Uyghur human rights violations" Chinese government officials restrict visa issuance October 9th 9:15
The US government has announced that it will restrict entry visas to Chinese government officials who are likely to be involved in human rights violations in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. This week, the pressure was further strengthened before the ministerial trade negotiations, but China's further backlash is inevitable and may affect the negotiations.
US Secretary of State Pompeio reiterated on August 8 that human rights violations such as unfair detention or abuse of Uyghur minorities such as Uyghurs are taking place in Xinjiang, China.
On top of that, the company announced that it would restrict the entry of visas to the United States for officials of the Chinese government and other members of the Chinese Communist Party who seem to have been involved in these activities.
It urges the Chinese government to immediately stop repression in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region and release all those who have been arbitrarily restrained.
The US government announced a measure on the 7th of the previous day to prohibit US companies from dealing with public security authorities in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region and Chinese surveillance camera makers, and the Chinese government is strongly repelling.
From the 10th of this month, the US government has further strengthened pressure on China before the US-China ministerial trade negotiations were held in Washington, but further backlash from China will inevitably affect the negotiations There is also sex.