EU and Britain decline, for now, to sanction Chinese officials involved in Hong Kong and Xinjiang actions

//EU and Britain decline, for now, to sanction Chinese officials involved in Hong Kong and Xinjiang actions

EU and Britain decline, for now, to sanction Chinese officials involved in Hong Kong and Xinjiang actions

The European Union and Britain each on Monday ruled out immediate moves to impose sanctions on Chinese officials involved in what they called human rights violations in Hong Kong and Xinjiang – even as the US added new ones.The EU Introduced what it called a “global human rights sanctions regime” – an institutional process that will let it target individuals, entities, states and non-state actors “responsible for, involved in or associated with serious human rights violations and abuses…

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