China not worried about Xinjiang-related sanctions: MOFA

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Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying answered questions about whether China is concerned about the sanctions announced by a number of Western countries on Xinjiang-related issues at a regular press conference on Tuesday. “I can tell you with absolute confidence that we are not worried at all. The voices of these countries do not represent international opinion, nor do their positions represent that of the international community,” said Hua.

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