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China Thinks Its Measures in Xinjiang Could Help Arab Governments Fight Islamic Extremism

The Chinese Foreign Ministry's top security official, Cheng Guoping, speaking with security analysts in the UAE about anti-terrorism in Xinjiang. Image via the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The Chinese Foreign Ministry’s top security official, Cheng Guoping, met with security analysts in the United Arab Emirates earlier this month to tout Beijing’s “achievements in countering anti-terrorism and de-radicalization in Xinjiang.”

Cheng was joined by Xinjiang Public Security Bureau officials and administrators from the special administration government to discuss what they described as “counter-terrorism security concerns and measures.”

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