BEIJING – China said on Monday it would welcome U.N. officials to its far western region of Xinjiang if they follow the proper procedures, amid global concern over Beijing’s de-radicalization program there.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang, asked at a regular briefing about reports that China had invited U.N. experts to Xinjiang, said that all parties, including the U.N., were welcome, as long as they respected appropriate travel procedures.
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