Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi’s statement on Xinjiang’s detention of Uygurs came after a meeting with Heiko Maas, his German counterpart, in Beijing on Tuesday. Photo: AP Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi’s statement on Xinjiang’s detention of Uygurs came after a meeting with Heiko Maas, his German counterpart, in Beijing on Tuesday. Photo: AP
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi’s statement on Xinjiang’s detention of Uygurs came after a meeting with Heiko Maas, his German counterpart, in Beijing on Tuesday. Photo: AP
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China says world should ignore ‘gossip’ about fate of Uygurs in Xinjiang camps

  • ‘Xinjiang knows best’ how to cope with its ‘situation’, says Wang

Topic |   Xinjiang
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi’s statement on Xinjiang’s detention of Uygurs came after a meeting with Heiko Maas, his German counterpart, in Beijing on Tuesday. Photo: AP Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi’s statement on Xinjiang’s detention of Uygurs came after a meeting with Heiko Maas, his German counterpart, in Beijing on Tuesday. Photo: AP
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi’s statement on Xinjiang’s detention of Uygurs came after a meeting with Heiko Maas, his German counterpart, in Beijing on Tuesday. Photo: AP
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