As you know, since 2017 hundreds of thousands of Uighurs and other ethnic minorities in the Xinjiang (Turkestan) province of China have been unjustly arrested and imprisoned in what the Chinese government calls "political re-education camps." Thousands have reportedly disappeared. Many are tortured and killed for the sole reason of being an Uighur. The lucky ones are forced to learn Communist ideology under barrels of guns. Religious and cultural freedoms of the largest minority in China are being suppressed and systematic ethnic cleansing is perpetrated by the government of Xi Jinping.
All levels of the U.S. Government have already called on the Chinese government to end its repressive policies in Xinjiang. One of the only governments in the world to also speak out against these attrocities has been Turkey, which openly criticised Chinese treatment of Uighurs. But it's not enough. Washington must impose tougher sanctions on senior Chinese officials for human rights abuses under the Global Magnitsky Act, and release more satellite footage to show the horrors of modern day genocide of Uighurs by the Chinese Communist government.