EU set to renew sanctions on Chinese officials for alleged Xinjiang abuses

The European Union is set to renew sanctions on Chinese officials, after the legislative process cleared an important hurdle on Wednesday morning in Brussels.The renewal is now expected to be approved on December 6 and 7 at a meeting of employment, social policy, health and consumer affairs ministers from the EU’s 27 member states.Wednesday’s motion was approved “without discussion” by the EU’s powerful Coreper II body, comprised of member states’ ambassadors to the EU, according to multiple…

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