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Wang Touts China’s Human Rights Record to Visiting Asian, African Diplomats on Their Way To Visit Xinjiang

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi meeting virtually with a delegation of Geneva-based envoys from Asian and African countries currently touring China. Image via the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi spoke glowingly of Beijing’s human rights record with indirect references to the situation in Xinjiang when he met on Tuesday with a delegation of visiting UN diplomats from Asian and African countries.

The group is currently in the southern province of Guangdong and will later visit Xinjiang for what will no doubt be a highly choreographed tour of the Western Chinese region.

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