U.S. bill on Xinjiang interferes in China’s internal affairs: Experts

Experts on Monday said that the signing of a so-called human rights act related to China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region by the United States has interfered in China’s internal affairs.

 

“Intervention in the internal affairs of sovereign states is one of the most dangerous actions of our generation,” warned Tursunali Kuziev, a professor at Uzbekistan State University of World Languages, reports Xinhua.

 

Zuzeiv also said that “Xinjiang-related issues are not about human rights, ethnicity or religion at all, it’s all about combating violent terrorism and separatism, which jeopardized the safety of the people there.”

 

According to the Uzbek expert, terrorism and extremism are common enemies of human society. Under this situation, China has the right to take all measures to maintain national stability and security.

 

Similarly, Chairman of the Communist Party of Kyrgyzstan Iskhak Masaliev said the U.S. bill is an uncivilised interference in the internal affairs of China.

 

Masaliev also said that he has often visited China and noticed the fundamental changes that are taking place in Xinjiang.

 

The quality of life has been improved for the ethnic groups in Xinjiang, he added.

 

Since China is a sovereign state with its own vision of development, all actions are internal affairs of China, the Kyrgyz statesman stressed, adding that the bill on Xinjiang is another evidence of U.S. interference in the internal affairs of other countries.

 

Also, Afghan expert Shamsul Haq Arianfar, the author of multiple books, said no country has the right to interfere in other’s internal affairs.

 

“It is a breach of international law to interfere in other country’s internal affairs and the United States can’t be exempted,” Arianfar said.

 

United News of Bangladesh