The United States will urge its Group of Seven (G7) allies to increase pressure on China over the use of forced labour in its north-western Xinjiang province, home to the Muslim Uyghur minority, a top White House official has said.
- Washington has already taken strong actions against China over human rights abuses in Xinjiang
- Joint sanctions against Chinese officials accused of abuses in the province were announced last month
- China denies all accusations of abuse
US President Joe Biden will attend a meeting of the G7 advanced economies in Britain in June, where he is expected to focus on what he sees as a strategic rivalry between democracies and autocratic states, particularly China.
Daleep Singh, deputy national security…
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