Top diplomats of China-US clash over Corona origin and human rights

Top diplomats of China-US clash over Corona origin and human rights

BEIJING: Top diplomats of the US and China are believed to have had a heated argument, with Beijing saying it has asked the US to stop interfering in its internal affairs. He accused the US of politicizing the issue of the origin of the Kovid-19 pandemic. China's senior foreign policy adviser Yang Jiechi and US Secretary of State Antony Blinken held a phone conversation on Friday on a range of issues including curbs on freedom in Hong Kong, mass detention of Muslims in the Xinjiang region.

In fact, the demand for investigation of the place of origin of SARS-CoV-2 is a matter of trouble for China, because there are rumors that it was made in the laboratory and spread from there to Wuhan. Yang called these things nonsense and said that China is very worried about these things. A report by the state-run news committee Shenhua quoted Yang as saying, "Some people in the US have made up stories about leaks from the Wuhan laboratory that China is deeply concerned about.

China urges the US to respect facts and science, refrain from politicizing the origins of Kovid-19, and focus on global cooperation to deal with the pandemic. Emphasizing the need for transparency and cooperation regarding the origin of the virus, including the second phase of the investigation led by experts in (World Health Organisation) China. 


Chinese police arrested four Tibetans on charges of espionage

Chinese police arrested four Tibetans on charges of espionage

BEIJING: Chinese police have arrested four Tibetans on charges of espionage while trying to take photographs of the Dalai Lama. A search of his phone found several suspicious pictures. According to media reports, one of the four accused includes a local village leader who was arrested on suspicion of possessing politically sensitive material.

A source confirmed on condition of anonymity that he had been arrested on suspicion of having pictures of the Dalai Lama on his mobile phone. Actually he has not done anything criminal and his family members are not losing hope. They are hoping for his early release." According to media reports, three PSB uniformed police officers entered the Jangchup Gefel Monastery in Dartsang Township and searched the prayer hall. The officers allegedly found a picture of the Dalai Lama on the altar. confiscated and all the concerned chiefs were called to the police station for further questioning.

According to media reports, this action by China is being seen by the Tibetan community in July with the celebration of the 86th birthday of the Dalai Lama and the centenary of the CPC as the authorities of Sethar County have prohibited any civil celebrations/festivals except government functions. Or monasteries and religious gatherings are banned. Six prominent Tibetans were arrested in Serthar County in April, including Gangke Drupa Kyabe, a writer and critic of the Chinese Communist Party, who worked as a teacher in Dartsang before moving to Drango County.