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Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau has urged Western nations to remain strong against China

Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau has urged Western nations to remain strong against China

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has urged Western nations to form a united front against China, arguing that Beijing has successfully “played” by pitting countries against each other. The Canadian Prime Minister says the Asian government is wisely trying to exploit the commercial interests of the West to access its vast market, pitting them against each other. Canada’s relations with China, one of Asia’s largest trading partners, have been strained in recent years. Canada has fully accepted US allegations that 1.8 million Uighurs and other Muslim minorities are being held in detention camps in Xinjiang and other parts of China. Factories in Xinjiang are accused of exploiting forced labor. It was alleged that Uyghur women were forcibly sterilized. Beijing has denied all allegations and said the structures referred to by the rights groups were in fact “vocational training centers” used to eradicate terrorism and poverty. Allegations of “forced labor” have been accused of being “fabricated”. Beijing strictly complies with international labor laws and national law, firmly suppresses any illegal activity in the region, and does not allow “forced labor” in the region. The National People’s Congress, the legislature of the Muslim-majority Xinjiang region of China, said Canada was concerned that Beijing was “suppressing peaceful political opposition” and “continuing to restrict rights and fundamental freedoms in Hong Kong.” Participated in anti-government protests between 2019 and 2020. In early December, two days after Washington announced a diplomatic boycott of the Winter Olympics in Beijing on December 6, “Send genocide and crimes against humanity” and “other human rights violations”, Canada is following suit. Critics said the decision was “in violation of the sport’s political neutrality policy established by the Olympic Charter and against the” greater unity “of the Olympic goal.

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In early December, two days after Washington announced a diplomatic boycott in Beijing on December 6 for “genocide and crimes against humanity” and “other human rights abuses”, Canada said it was not sending diplomats. For games.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has urged Western nations to form a united front against China, arguing that Beijing is successfully “playing”.

“We must do our best to work together and be strong so that China does not corner us and divide us,” Trudeau said in an interview with Global News.

The Canadian Prime Minister said that the Asian government was wisely using the commercial interests of individual Western countries to seek access to its vast market and pitting them against each other.

“We compete, and China, from time to time, competes effectively against each other in an open and competitive market,” Trudeau said.

Canada’s relations with China, one of Asia’s largest trading partners, have been strained in recent years. Canada has fully accepted US allegations that 1.8 million Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities are being held in detention camps in Xinjiang and other parts of China.

Factories in Xinjiang have been accused of exploiting forced labor, while Chinese authorities have been accused of forcibly sterilizing Uyghur women. Beijing has denied all allegations and said the structures referred to by the rights groups were in fact “vocational training centers” used to eradicate terrorism and poverty. Allegations of “forced labor” have been accused of being “structured”.

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Beijing is in strict compliance with international labor laws and national law, firmly suppressing any illegal activity in the area, and the National People’s Congress has stated that there is no “compulsory labor” in the Muslim-majority region of Xinjiang.

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Canada expressed concern that Beijing was “suppressing peaceful political opposition” and “continuing to restrict fundamental rights and freedoms in Hong Kong”, citing the arrests of protesters who attended anti-government protests between 2019 and 2020.

In early December, two days after Washington announced a diplomatic boycott in Beijing on December 6 for “genocide and crimes against humanity” and “other human rights abuses”, Canada said it was not sending diplomats. For games.

China has criticized the boycott, saying the decision “violates the principle of political neutrality of the sport established by the Olympic Charter and is contrary to the Olympic goal of being” very united “.”