The NZ Herald reports:
The foreign affairs branch of the New Zealand Government says it continues to share its concerns about the “human rights situation” in China’s Xinjiang province.
This comes after New Zealand and 23 other countries last week co-signed a statement to the head of the United Nations Human Rights body, condemning the treatment of the Uighur Muslims in China.
The statement, delivered by the UK’s Permanent Representative to the UN Karen Pierce, was co-signed by the likes of Japan, Germany, the US and the UK.
I’m pleased New Zealand signed this, despite our relationship with China.