Turkish Ambassador to Washington, Sardar KILIC, denied a message he sent to two American senators; Allegations of Ankara's cooperation with Beijing to return the Uighurs from Turkey to China.
In his message to Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Jim Rich and Massachusetts Senator "Ed Markey", in response to what was reported on the "Axios" website, which allegedly deported the Uighurs to China to Turkey, Qilig said, "The accusations against Turkey of deporting the Uyghurs to other fabricated countries It is completely irrelevant to the truth. "
He pointed out that millions of refugees coming to Turkey in recent years, including the Uyghurs, live in peace and harmony on Turkish soil.
He stressed that Turkey's history in this field is a testament to its principled approach to refugees, and it categorically refutes the allegations of Turkey's deportation of Uighur Turks who had to flee their homes in China.
He added, "Therefore, it would be a shame to run after such baseless allegations."
He stressed that his country guaranteed and respected the basic human rights of the Uyghur Turks.
He pointed out that Turkey is a state of law, fulfilling the responsibilities emanating from the constitution and international agreements.
He stressed that it aims to make Uighurs Turks live in peace and prosperity while preserving their basic rights in their homeland.
He described his country's position on the Uyghurs' Turks as "an honest and principled approach, free from any political fears and motives."
"This approach is the basis for discussions with China on this sensitive issue," he concluded.
Since 1949, China has controlled the region, which is home to the "Uyghur" people, and called it "Xinjiang", meaning "new frontier."
Official statistics indicate that there are 30 million Muslims in China, 23 million of whom are Uyghurs.
While unofficial reports confirm that the number of Muslims is close to 100 million.
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