Turkey’s Ambassador to US, Serdar Kilic, hit again Friday at two American senators for comments concerning Ankara’s therapy of Uyghurs.
Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Senator Jim Risch, shared a information report on Twitter that claimed Ankara reversed a few of its help for Uyghurs and Turkish police are questioning refugees fleeing China’s crackdown.
“It’s shameful that Turkey assists China in violating Uyghur human rights,” the Idaho Republican mentioned in remarks accompanying the tweet Wednesday.
In retort to Risch, Kilic mentioned:
Senator, frequent sense primarily based on details and realities recommend that what actually shameful is to see the Chairman of such an vital Committee subscribe to unsubstantiated and biased allegations incriminating a key Ally, with out even questioning whether or not there may be any reality into them.
Massachusetts Democratic Senator Edward Markey shared the identical report Thursday and accused Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of “abusing extradition requests to target his critics around the world.”
“As Beijing pushes its own extradition and intimidation campaign against minorities, Turkey should rededicate itself to the protection of persecuted Uyghurs,” wrote Markey.
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In his response to Markey, Kilic regretted that “some” Congress members are fast to enchantment to biased allegations towards Turkey.
Believe me Mr Senator, nothing can match the extent of abuse Turkey and Turkish authorities are subjected to by some members on the Hill. This tweet clearly shows but once more that a few of them don’t even hesitate to subscribe to unsubstantiated and biased allegations to that finish,
Kilic replied on Twitter.