Washington DC [US]June 15 (ANI): The East Turkestan Government-in-Exile (ETGE) has strongly condemned the recent strategic partnership between Palestine and China, which supports China’s ongoing campaign of colonization, genocidal and occupation in East Turkestan.
The joint statement of the People’s Republic of China and the State of Palestine on the establishment of a strategic partnership reiterated China’s erroneous claim that “Xinjiang [East Turkistan] The relevant issue is not a human rights issue at all, but an issue of counter-terrorism, de-radicalization, and anti-separatism.” “Pakistan firmly opposes interfering in China’s internal affairs through Xinjiang-related issues.” [East Turkistan]-related issues,” according to a press release issued by the East Turkestan government-in-exile.
According to the press release, calling the ongoing China-East Turkistan conflict “China’s internal affairs” is a distortion of reality. This distorted narrative not only fuels Chinese imperialism, but also ignores the atrocities suffered by Uighurs, Kazakhs, Kyrgyz and other Turkic peoples in occupied East Turkestan.
The people of East Turkestan have been subjected to relentless atrocities such as genocide, systemic racism and persecution.
Ghulam Yagma, President of the East Turkestan government-in-exile, said: “The people of East Turkestan strongly condemn Palestine’s support for China’s colonization, genocide and occupation in East Turkestan. The recent Pakistan-China strategic partnership, coupled with the Arab world’s support for China’s The appalling support that continues. The genocide and colonization of East Turkestan has exposed the hypocrisy that prevails in Palestine, the Arab world and the Muslim world.”
The East Turkestan government-in-exile calls on the international community to expose and condemn China’s tricks. China uses fictional labels such as “anti-terrorism”, “de-radicalization” and “anti-separatism” to cover up its colonization, genocide and occupation in East Turkestan, destroying the survival of the people of East Turkestan and trampling on their rights and interests. self-determination and denial of their quest for independence.
Saleh Khudayal, Prime Minister of the East Turkestan government-in-exile, said: “Although the East Turkestan issue is indeed not just a human rights issue, because it is rooted in China’s occupation and colonization of East Turkestan, the relationship between East Turkestan and China The conflict is not a so-called “Chinese domestic matter,” as Beijing likes to claim; rather, it is an international conflict between two different countries.” (Ani)
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