The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Bachele, said at a press conference after visiting China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region and others, "raised concerns" about the policies that the Chinese government is implementing for minority Uighurs and others as a countermeasure against terrorism. It was revealed that it requested the Chinese side to review the policy.

The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, who was visiting China to inspect China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, where concerns have been expressed over the human rights situation from Europe and the United States, held an online press conference from Guangzhou, the south on the 28th of the final day of the inspection. did.

In it, Mr. Bachelet revealed that he visited the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region for two days during his six-day stay in China, and visited facilities and prisons that the Chinese side claimed to have used for vocational training.

He said that he "raised concern about the impact on human rights" about the policy that the Chinese government had taken for the Uighur tribe, a minority ethnic group, as a countermeasure against terrorism. He emphasized that he requested a review so that it would not be a mess.

"It was difficult to go into the details," he said. I appealed to the authorities to give priority to the offer. "

However, Mr. Bachelet himself said that this visit was "not positioned as an investigation", and it seems that it was difficult to grasp the human rights situation of the Uighurs in detail.

Mr. Bachelet says that he will continue regular dialogue by establishing a working group between the United Nations side and the Chinese government, and the issue is how close to the actual situation of human rights in China.

China "We were able to achieve positive and substantial results."

On the night of the 28th, the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced a comment by Ma Zhaoxu, saying, "When Mr. Bachere visited the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, he fully introduced China's national policy, religious policy, and anti-terrorism efforts. Through the efforts of both parties, we were able to achieve positive and substantial results. "

Meanwhile, Deputy Secretary Ma said, "Some western countries have put a lot of effort into blocking Mr. Bachelet's visit to China for political purposes, but their scheme was unsuccessful," said US State Department Price. The spokesman criticized Mr. Bachelet for his deep concern about his visit.

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