LONDON: Britain and Canada on Tuesday (Jan 12) accused China of human legal rights violations and “barbarism” in opposition to its Uighur minority and announced new guidelines to ban imports of items suspected of currently being created working with forced labour.
The abuses ended up “on an industrial scale”, said British Overseas Secretary Dominic Raab, in strongly worded responses that will do very little to strengthen ties with Beijing strained by its crackdown in Hong Kong.
“It is genuinely horrific barbarism we experienced hoped shed to one more era, in follow these days as we speak, in one of the top users of the international group,” he informed parliament.
“We have a ethical obligation to reply.”
China’s ambassador to the United Nations responded by warning Britain not to interfere in its affairs.
Raab outlined plans to bar British organizations from govt contracts if they inadvertently or intentionally profit