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Diplomats: EU sanctions against China decided

According to media reports, the European Union has agreed on sanctions against China (China.Table reported). The sanctions include entry bans and the freezing of assets of four individuals and one institution, the Reuters news agency reported, citing two EU diplomats. The EU representatives said that those affected are accused of human rights violations against the Uyghur minority. The move reflects deep concerns in Europe, the US, and Canada about the situation of the Uyghurs in China, the report added. According to the report, the EU ambassadors had agreed on the punitive measures.

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