A press conference was held in Tokyo on the July 5 Urumqi massacre A press conference was held in Tokyo on the July 5 Urumqi massacre

A press conference was held in Tokyo on the July 5 Urumqi massacre

A press conference was held in Tokyo on the July 5 Urumqi massacre

On the evening of July 4, a press conference was held in Tokyo to mark the 15th anniversary of the Urumqi massacre on July 5. At the meeting, Mr. Ahmet Letip, president of the Uyghur-Japan Association, talked about the Urumqi massacre, and Mr. Naito Yosuke, a famous Japanese writer and teacher at Seiju University, and the author of the two-volume History of Modern Japan-China Relations, said, "Where is China's Uyghur policy going after the Urumqi massacre?" gave a report on the topic. Finally, they answered questions from reporters.

After the press conference, Mr. Sautjan Mamat, the member of the board of directors of the Japan Uyghur Association and the representative of the World Uyghur Congress in Japan, and the Japanese professor Mr. Naito Yosuke, who spoke at the conference, said that the Uyghur problem is not only a problem of one region or one nation, but a free democratic one, including Japan. He stated that if countries do not care, it is a problem that cannot be put on the agenda.

Mr. Sautjan Mamet said that a series of events will be held in Japan to commemorate the 15th anniversary of the Urumqi massacre on July 5, and to protest against China, the first of which was held today. He said: "Today, we held a seminar and a press conference, which is the first of a series of events to be held on the occasion of the 15th anniversary of the Urumqi massacre. This is the hall stone. A large number of reporters came. The meeting lasted for 2 hours. At the meeting, Mr. Ahmetjan Letip reported on the current situation of the Uyghurs. Mr. Naito Yosuke, a Japanese professor who spoke at the conference, said that since 2001, the Chinese government has used the global war against terrorism as an excuse to suppress Uyghurs by engaging in terrorism. In the end, the Uyghur problem is not only a problem of one region or one nation, but it is a problem that should not be put on the agenda if free democratic countries including Japan do not care. I think that these will also be widely covered in the Japanese media tomorrow. »

Mr. Ahmet Letip stated that Japan's biggest media also participated in today's meeting. He said: "Today's press conference was attended by Japan's largest television channels, NHK, and almost all of Japan's largest newspapers. »

Mr. Ahmet Letip stated at the meeting that the world community was more biased about the July 5th Urumqi massacre than the Chinese media, so he asked them to listen to the Uyghurs and conduct an investigation on those who disappeared without a trace, were killed, and were thrown into prisons in the July 5th incident.

Mr. Ahmetjan Letip said that the Urumqi massacre and the forced transfer of Uyghur youth to China, which directly caused it, brought the issue of Uyghur youth to China back to the Japanese people, and in order to arouse public opinion for the government to take more concrete and positive measures, they published articles written by them in the Japanese press last week. He told us about it.

Ahmet Letip said that on the occasion of the 15th anniversary of the Urumqi massacre on July 5, a protest protest will be held in front of the Chinese Embassy in Tokyo, and a propaganda campaign will be held in front of Nanba Park, the most popular place in Osaka. On July 6, a street protest will be held in Shibuya, one of the most popular areas in Tokyo.

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