Turkey summons Chinese ambassador to Uyghur over Twitter dispute

Turkey summons Chinese ambassador to Uyghur over Twitter dispute

On Tuesday, April 6, the Turkish Foreign Minister summoned the Chinese Ambassador to discuss China’s response. Twitter disputes UyghursTurkey has the largest Muslim minority living in the northwestern Chinese province of Xinjiang.

Same day a Message The Chinese embassy in Ankara, Turkey, has criticized Turkish National Party leader (Good Party) leader Meral Akiner and Ankara Mayor Mansour Yavas for writing posts on Twitter, published on Twitter’s official Twitter account. 1990 in Xinjiang. The message from the Chinese Embassy was that “China strongly opposes and condemns any challenge to its sovereignty and territorial integrity.” On April 7, Chinese Foreign Minister Shao Lijian ressed that “some people in Turkey made false comments on Twitter publicly promoting extremism” and that the Chinese embassy’s response was perfectly appropriate.

Diplomatic trade relations between Turkey and China in recent times They strengthened, But the Turks generally support the Uyghur minority, and recently local authorities have endorsed some of the Uyghur activists’ demonstrations. In Xinjiang, minorities are systematically persecuted and oppressed: various journalistic investigations, testimonials, Relationships Millions of Uyghurs detained at UN Prison camps, Defined as “transformation through education”, or still.

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