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US imposes sanctions on several people on Human Rights Day

On Human Rights Day, the United States imposed sanctions on several people related to Myanmar, China, Bangladesh and North Korea

In celebration of Human Rights Day, the United States imposed sanctions on a few people related to Myanmar, China, Bangladesh and North Korea on Friday.

In celebration of Human Rights Day, the United States imposed sanctions on a few people related to Myanmar, China, Bangladesh and North Korea. In the list of restrictions on investment, the country has done one thing, the Chinese intelligence agency SenseTime Group. It was surrounded by Canada and the United Kingdom in imposing sanctions

In the list of restrictions on investment, the country has done one thing, the Chinese intelligence agency SenseTime Group.

The US is also surrounded by Canada and the United Kingdom in imposing sanctions on human rights abuses in Myanmar.

In an effort to mark Human Rights Day, Washington directed Myanmar troops and others.

Under President Joe Biden, Washington also imposed the first new sanctions on North Korea.

In a statement, Deputy Treasury Secretary Wally Adeyemo said, “Our actions today, especially those in partnership with the United Kingdom and Canada, send a message that democracy around the world will take action against those who abuse state power to cause suffering and oppression.”

The US move has also been criticized by the Chinese ambassador to Washington as “a major violation of Chinese internal affairs” and “a gross violation of the basic rules governing international relations.”

A spokesman for the embassy, ​​Liu Pengyu, said it would “seriously damage China-US relations” and urged Washington to reverse the decision.

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