from The BRICS Post:
The United Nations should outline a clear criterion of fighting terrorism, a Chinese envoy to the UN said in Geneva on Wednesday, hinting at Beijing’s dissatisfaction over the international community’s sluggish response in treating Xinjiang violence as “terrorism”.
“On the question of counter-terrorism, the UN should advertise a clear-cut criterion and oppose double standards in promoting the international community to enhance cooperation against terrorism in accordance with the purposes and principles of the UN charter and other international norms,” said Wang Min, China’s deputy permanent representative to the United Nations, at a UN Security Council meeting.
“Terrorism is the common enemy of human kind,” he said, stressing that China is against linking terrorism with any specific country, group or religion.
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