TALLINN – Members of the European Parliament are calling for measures to prevent products from China's Uighur detention camps from reaching the European Union market.
MEPs, including Estonian MEP Urmas Paet, sent a letter to European Commissioner Phil Hogan demanding that products from the Xinjiang region of China, made at the cost of violating the human rights of the Uighurs, not enter the European Union market.
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