A facility believed to be a re-education camp on the outskirts of Hotan in Xinjiang. China has been urged to give the UN human rights chief “immediate, meaningful and unfettered access” to the region. Photo: AFP A facility believed to be a re-education camp on the outskirts of Hotan in Xinjiang. China has been urged to give the UN human rights chief “immediate, meaningful and unfettered access” to the region. Photo: AFP
A facility believed to be a re-education camp on the outskirts of Hotan in Xinjiang. China has been urged to give the UN human rights chief “immediate, meaningful and unfettered access” to the region. Photo: AFP

More than 40 countries call on China to give UN human rights chief access to Xinjiang

  • Joint statement read out by Canadian ambassador urges Beijing to let independent observers into region
  • Michelle Bachelet on Monday said she hoped to agree terms for a visit this year to look into reports of serious violations against Uygurs

Topic |   United Nations
A facility believed to be a re-education camp on the outskirts of Hotan in Xinjiang. China has been urged to give the UN human rights chief “immediate, meaningful and unfettered access” to the region. Photo: AFP A facility believed to be a re-education camp on the outskirts of Hotan in Xinjiang. China has been urged to give the UN human rights chief “immediate, meaningful and unfettered access” to the region. Photo: AFP
A facility believed to be a re-education camp on the outskirts of Hotan in Xinjiang. China has been urged to give the UN human rights chief “immediate, meaningful and unfettered access” to the region. Photo: AFP
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