China News Agency, Geneva, July 1st The 44th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council is being held in Geneva. On July 1, Belarus made a joint speech on behalf of 46 countries, positively appraising the achievements of human rights development in Xinjiang and the results of counter-terrorism and depolarization. China's position on Xinjiang-related issues.

  The representative of Belarus reiterated that the UN Human Rights Council should work in an objective, transparent, non-selective, constructive, non-adversarial, and non-politicized manner, reaffirm its commitment to promoting and protecting human rights, and firmly oppose politicizing and dualizing human rights issues Standard practice.

  The representative of Belarus pointed out that terrorism and extremism are common enemies of human society and a serious threat to human rights. They noted with concern that terrorism, separatism and extremism have caused tremendous harm to people of all ethnic groups in Xinjiang and seriously damaged their Human rights; noted with appreciation that Xinjiang has taken a series of measures to respond to the aforementioned threats and protect the human rights of people of all ethnic groups in Xinjiang. Xinjiang has not experienced violent and terrorist cases for three consecutive years, and has regained tranquility and stability. Get effective protection.

  The representative of Belarus appreciates China’s adherence to openness and transparency. It has invited more than 1,000 diplomats, officials of international organizations, journalists and religious figures to visit Xinjiang, and has witnessed the tremendous achievements Xinjiang has made; noted that China has invited the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights to visit Xinjiang, The two sides are maintaining communication on this matter; they urge to stop using rumors to falsely accuse China, and believe that the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights will continue to perform its duties objectively and fairly in accordance with its authorization. (Finish)