China condemns U.S. ban for disrupting Xinjiang under pretext of human rights

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    The U.S. cares neither about facts nor people in China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region but attempts to contain China by disrupting Xinjiang, a spokesperson for the Chinese Foreign Ministry said on Thursday. During a regular press briefing in Beijing, Spokesperson Zhao Lijian condemned the United States for banning imports of solar panel materials manufactured in Xinjiang and pointed out the real motive behind such a move.

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