Xinhua, the state news agency of China reported on Saturday that the country’s top legislation denounced the defense bill passed by the US this week and called it “interference,” Reuters reported.
Communicating “solid disappointment” with the death of National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) in the U.S. Senate this week, You Wenze, a representative for the Foreign Affairs Committee, China’s National People’s Congress (NPC), the Taiwan substance of the bill undermined harmony and peace over the Taiwan strait.
The bill also calls for help for pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong and for a study on the persecution of Muslim minority Uighurs in Xinjiang.
“The U.S. efforts to intervene in other countries ‘ internal affairs under the pretext of ‘ democracy ‘ and ‘ human rights ‘ will never succeed,” Xinhua said.You said, Xinhua reported, “The issues related to Xinjiang are not human rights, ethnic and religious problems at all, but the issues of anti-terrorism and depolarization.”
Earlier, as many as 400 papers internal Chinese documents released revealed that unprecedented attacks on ethnic minority in China’s Xinjiang province, The New York Times reported.