UN chief for human rights may visit Xinjiang China

 Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has said that the UN human rights chief could visit Xinjiang.

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has said that the UN human rights chief could visit Xinjiang.

According to Reuters, Michelle Bachelet had long wanted to visit Xinjiang to investigate allegations of violations of the rights of Uighur Muslims.

 The issue has raised tensions between China and the West. The United States has accused China of genocide against Uighur Muslims, and some US-led countries have recently boycotted the Beijing Olympics.

"China rejects all prejudices and allegations," Wang Yi said in a statement on Saturday.

Human rights groups accuse China of torturing Uighur Muslims and other minorities, forcing them to work and holding one million people in concentration camps.

China's position is that it is fighting religious extremism and these campuses are for education and training.

The Chinese Foreign Minister said that the allegations of forced labor on campus were fabricated. I hope you can trust the Chinese government and believe what the government is saying.

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