• Kyodo


Rebiya Kadeer, the leader of exiled Uighurs, on Wednesday criticized China for “intervening in Japanese affairs” by trying to stop Tokyo from issuing her a visa to attend a meeting of the World Uyghur Congress.

The president of the congress being held in Tokyo also dismissed Beijing’s claim that she is a “terrorist,” saying her group takes a “nonviolent” approach.

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