The United States, Britain and Germany are going to stage on Wednesday a side event at the United Nations over the so-called human rights situation in Xinjiang.
The spokesperson of the Permanent Mission of China to the United Nations on Monday expressed strong dissatisfaction and firm opposition to a side event to be organized by the United States, Britain, Germany and a few nongovernmental organizations in New York on the human rights situation in Xinjiang, China.
More than 1,200 diplomats, reporters and religious leaders from over 100 countries have visited Xinjiang over the past few years. But those holding firm to their Xinjiang lies simply refuse to visit the place to gain firsthand knowledge of it.
U.S. allegations of "genocide" in China's Xinjiang are motivated by "ideological posturing" and "unsupported by even a hint of evidence," an American media outlet reported recently.
China's ambassador in Washington on Thursday called for the United States and other Western countries to stop spreading misinformation about the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region and listen to what the 25 million people there and the rest of China say about the beautiful area.