America ban on China xinjiang for communal violation of human rights

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America ban on China xinjiang for communal violation of human rights
America ban on China xinjiang for communal violation of human rights

America ban on China xinjiang for communal violation of human rights

Washington: The United States has banned China from human rights abuses in Xinjiang. The Trump administration has imposed a BAN on the chief and commander of the paramilitary organization in China’s West Xinjiang region for human rights abuses against ethnic and religious minorities.

Washington: The United States has banned China from human rights abuses in Xinjiang. The Trump administration has imposed a BAN on the chief and commander of the paramilitary organization in China’s West Xinjiang region for human rights abuses against ethnic and religious minorities. The ban was announced by the Trump government’s Department of Foreign and Finance.

After the ban, any property of the left organization and individuals in the United States can be attached. Not only will U.S. citizens be prohibited from doing their business with them. The United States has imposed a ban on Xinjiang production corp, its commander, over religious atrocities.

In an official statement from the White House, the U.S. condemned the postponement of local government elections in HONGKONG due to the Corona virus epidemic. On the other hand, Hong Kong took aim at it and said, “Criticism from the US side over the delay in the election was at a time when President Donald Trump himself has suggested the postponement of the US elections in November.

“The United States is committed to fully utilizing its financial powers to hold human rights violators responsible in Xinjiang and around the world,” Finance Minister Steven Mnuchin said in a statement. Foreign Minister Mike Pompeo said, two officials, Commander Peng Jirui and former commander Sun Jinlong, would also have U.S. visa restrictions. The Trump administration had earlier imposed sanctions on other officials in Xinjiang.

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam announced friday that the government will postpone the much-anticipated Legislative Council elections for a year in the wake of the rapid spread of coronavirus infection. The Hong Kong government is enforcing an emergency ordinance to postpone elections.

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