Cambodia: Open letter on Uighur asylum seekers in Cambodia
In this open letter Amnesty International expresses its concern about the safety of 22 ethnic Uighurs from the People’s Republic of China. Amnesty International understands that the Chinese government has formally requested the Cambodian authorities to send these asylum seekers back to China. The organization urges the Cambodian government not to return the 22 Uighur asylum seekers and to ensure that they have access to a fair asylum process.
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