Pakistan supports China’s efforts for ‘peace, stability’ in Xinjiang
Pakistan helps China’s efforts for socio-financial development, harmony and peace and stability in Xinjiang, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Tuesday after the release of the Office of High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) document on human rights in Xinjiang.
In reaction to media queries, the overseas affairs spokesperson stated that Pakistan, as a responsible member of the United Nations, believed “within the principles of the UN Charter including respect for political independence, sovereignty and non-interference in internal affairs of states”.
“It is our steady function that non-politicization, universality, objectivity, talk and constructive engagement must be the principle equipment to promote commonplace admire for human rights,” the spokesperson’s declaration furthered.
It highlighted that China had “succeeded in lifting over seven-hundred million people out of poverty within the ultimate 35 years, as a result improving their dwelling situations and the leisure of essential human rights”.
The spokesperson preferred China’s “optimistic engagement” with the UN human rights system as well as the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation General Secretariat, “as evidenced by visits of the previous High Commissioner for Human Rights and OIC delegation to China”.
The assertion reiterated Pakistan’s remedy to abide through its “dedication to boost all human rights universally according with the standards of the UN Charter”.
Islamic delegation visits Xinjiang
Last month, a delegation of 32 envoys and senior diplomats from 30 Islamic nations to China visited Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region from August 1-4, Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying said.
Ma Xingrui, Secretary of the Party Committee of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, met with the delegation, she stated for the duration of her everyday briefing held in Beijing at International Press Centre (IPC).
She said that the delegation visited Kashgar, Aksu and Urumqi, visited mosques, Islamic colleges, museums, vintage town protection, grassroots communities, era companies, green improvement and rural revitalisation tasks, and labored with nearby religious figures and graduates from schooling and training centres.
They communicated with each different and discovered about the actual state of affairs of Xinjiang’s economic improvement and prosperity, freedom of religious notion, ethnic cohesion and concord, and those living and working in peace and contentment.
“Members of the delegation expressed that the Chinese authorities adheres to the human beings-centric technique and has made exquisite achievements in selling the governance and improvement of Xinjiang,” she introduced.