Gail Manchine, the Senator’s wife. Joe MansionJoe Mansion Linkin condemns the sanctions imposed by China on US and Canadian officials, China’s sanctions against Joe Mansin’s wife and other US and Canadian officials. (DW.Va.) and the chair of the US Committee on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF), said Saturday that she is “satisfied” that China has imposed sanctions on it because the United States has criticized Beijing’s treatment of its Muslim minority Uyghurs.
“I am flattered at the recognition by Communist China for its advocacy of genocide against religious and ethnic minorities in the country,” Gail Manchen To Reuters The current situation.
“While I have no plans to travel to China this summer, I will not stop speaking out when there are egregious violations of religious freedom as they are in China,” she added.
China He issued penalties Against Gayle Mansheen, USCIRF Vice President Tony Perkins, and several other U.S. and Canadian officials on Saturday as punishment For penalties Against Beijing from the United States, the European Union, Britain and Canada last week.
“The Chinese government is firmly determined to protect its national sovereignty, security and development interests, and urges relevant parties to clearly understand the situation and correct their mistakes,” the Chinese Foreign Ministry said on Saturday.
Gail Manchen, along with other sanctioned officials, cannot enter the Chinese mainland, Hong Kong and Macau and cannot do business with Chinese citizens and companies.
US-coordinated sanctions against two Chinese government officials have pointed to “serious human rights violations” against the Muslim Uyghur population in Xinjiang.
Activists and UN officials said at least one million Muslims have been placed in camps in the province. The United States and many other countries have considered China’s treatment of Uyghur Muslims as genocide.
China asserted that the abuse allegations are false, noting that the camps are for vocational training and designed to combat extremism.
The sanctions came after the US Committee on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) approved the US government to impose sanctions on China for its treatment of people in Xinjiang, according to Reuters.