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Pakistan fully supports China’s policy on Xinjiang: Says Pakistan’s envoy

BEIJING, April 9 : Pakistan fully supports China’s policy on Xinjiang and willing to develop more cooperation with China to strengthen people-to-people exchanges, said Ambassador Moin ul Haque.

According to Gwadar Pro, early this month, a delegation comprising the Pakistani Ambassador and more than 30 diplomats from some 21 countries, visited Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.

“I’m very happy to visit Xinjiang, a beautiful part and a very historic area of China. We have been here for 3 days now, we visited the regional capital Urumqi and Kashgar, which is a very ancient city and trading hub of centuries as part of the silk road.

Wherever you go, you can see development taking place in Xinjiang, Moin ul Haque added.

“Development is taking place in Xinjiang, including infrastructure, industry, agriculture, water purification projects, educational institutions and exhibition centers.

Wherever you go, you can see development taking place for the people of this beautiful region, and helping the social economic development of the region, poverty alleviation, revitalization of the rural areas, creation of jobs.”

He said the region’s developments in transportation and agriculture left a deep impression on him.

I think that’s something which many people in the outside don’t understand and they keep making this propaganda against China about the religion and the treatment of ethnic minorities,” Haque said after visiting the Islamic center of Urumqi and mosque.

Haque said he has witnessed the religious freedom of the people in Xinjiang on the field trip, and after this visit, he can assure everybody outside the world that they need to come here and to see it themselves.

“In a peaceful way, people here are enjoying their lives, their culture, their deep traditions, and most importantly, their religion,” he added.

Haque also voiced support and appreciation for policies that helped maintain stability and development in Xingjiang. “We were very impressed the way the Chinese government is focusing on this area. The rapid development of Xinjiang is unprecedented in history. It’s a miracle.”

Responding to rumors fabricated by some Western countries on claimed human rights grounds, the ambassador said that human beings are facing many challenges and what we need is cooperation, not defamation, unilateralism or hegemonism.

“Pakistan adheres to the principle of non-interference in other countries’ internal affairs.






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