China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi arrives in Djibouti to discuss Belt and Road partnerships with Minister for Foreign and International Cooperation Mahmoud Ali Youssouf. Photo: AFP China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi arrives in Djibouti to discuss Belt and Road partnerships with Minister for Foreign and International Cooperation Mahmoud Ali Youssouf. Photo: AFP
China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi arrives in Djibouti to discuss Belt and Road partnerships with Minister for Foreign and International Cooperation Mahmoud Ali Youssouf. Photo: AFP

China’s Uygur policy, human rights defended by Wang Yi during Africa trip, amid latest US call for sanctions

  • Measures in Xinjiang are in line with UN and international anti-terrorism policies, Wang says as he hits out at West’s lack of respect for Muslim countries
  • Uygur detainees were retrained and now live ‘peaceful and secure lives’, foreign minister says

Topic |   Human rights in China
China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi arrives in Djibouti to discuss Belt and Road partnerships with Minister for Foreign and International Cooperation Mahmoud Ali Youssouf. Photo: AFP China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi arrives in Djibouti to discuss Belt and Road partnerships with Minister for Foreign and International Cooperation Mahmoud Ali Youssouf. Photo: AFP
China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi arrives in Djibouti to discuss Belt and Road partnerships with Minister for Foreign and International Cooperation Mahmoud Ali Youssouf. Photo: AFP
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