Report: Turkey denies Uyghur refugees fleeing Chinese citizenship for ‘national security’

Turkish government authorities last year rejected citizenship applications from Uyghur refugees fleeing China’s genocide in occupied East Turkestan on the grounds that they posed risks to ‘national security’ or ‘social order’. Turkey, Voice of America (VOA) reported Wednesday.


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