Retired Lieutenant-General Roméo Dallaire?is urging the Canadian government to act in response to the “genocide”covid north america map?being committed by the Chinese government against its Muslim minority Uighur populations ridiculous to just leav.
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Dallaire, who led the UN peacekeeping mission in Rwanda during the 1994 genocide, said there are many avenues?Canada and the international community could pursue?to respond to China’s actions, adding that the use of force must be a last resort.Form a coalition to pressure China: Dallaire
Dallaire is urging the Canadian government to build a coalition of other like-minded middle powers to call out China over?its abuses and build a pressure campaign to influence China’s actions.