Officials: ‘Xinjiang Victims Database’ is based on fabrications

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The Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI), which compiles the data of “victims” in Xinjiang, is “another apparatus of the anti-China campaign under cover of ‘independent-study’,” said Xu Guixiang, spokesperson of the government of #Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, at a press conference in Beijing on Friday.

The press conference, held by China’s Foreign Ministry about issues related to the northwestern autonomous region, is aimed to “expose the truth about the so-called the Xinjiang Data Project, and let the reality speak.”

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