China operates more than 100 secret police stations globally: Report
- According to a report, China has more then 100 “police stations” worldwide that monitor its citizens in exile.
- Safeguard Defenders claimed that some of these facilities were set up with the assistance of host countries.
- Christopher Wray, FBI Director said that he was “very concerned about Chinese “police stations”, which are located in the US.
According to Safeguard Defenders, China has over 100 police stations around the world that monitor, harass and repatriate exiled citizens. CNN.
According to the report, many of these stations were set up under bilateral security agreements with host countries in Europe or Africa.
Safeguard DefendersFor evidence of human rights violations, we looked through official Chinese documents open-source to track Chinese forced disappearances.
It first discovered 54 stations in September and now has evidence of 48 more.
The organization gave specific examples of Chinese nationals being coerced into returning from France to China, and other instances in which they were forced to return from countries such as Serbia and Spain.
CNN reports that Safeguard Defenders has found four distinct police jurisdictions of China’s Ministry of Public Security.
China denies running overseas undeclared police forces, and its Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated to CNN in November that: “We hope the relevant parties stop hyping [it up] to create tensions. This is unacceptable.
China has claimedThe facilities are only for expatriates who require assistance with administrative tasks, such as renewing documents.
They also claimed that some stations were created in response to the pandemic. However, the Safeguard Defenders report stated that the offices were established many years prior.
Christopher Wray, FBI Director, told a Homeland Security Committee last week that he was “very concerned”Information about possible unauthorized Chinese police stations in US-based cities
“It is absurd that the Chinese police would try to set up shop, you can say, in New York without proper coordination. He said that it violates sovereignty and bypasses standard judicial cooperation processes.
CNN reported that the revelations concerning the police stations have sparked investigations across at least 13 countries.
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