On World Human Rights Day, Dec. 10, the UK Chief of Foreign Affairs for Asia, Amanda Millington, said, “We will continue to monitor and investigate evidence about reports of organ harvesting in China, and will inform major NGOs and international partners on the matter.”
On Dec. 7, Feryal Clark, a member of the British Parliament, asked Millington if she had met privately with the UK Falun Dafa Association to discuss the CCP’s persecution of practitioners of Falun Gong in China and the CCP’s illegal organ harvesting?
Millington responded, “We remain deeply concerned about the CCP’s suppression of freedom of religion or belief, including the persecution of Christians, Muslims, Buddhists, Falun Gong practitioners and groups of different faiths or religions.”
She said, “The freedom to practice, change or share one’s beliefs without discrimination or violence is a human right that everyone should enjoy.”
On the upcoming International Human Rights Day, Congressman Feryal Clark and many other British lawmakers sent letters expressing their support and solidarity with Falun Gong practitioners in their struggle for human rights and freedom and putting an end to the CCP’s persecution. Clark also called on the British government to stand up for Falun Gong practitioners and take action to protect religious freedom.
Clark said that she is deeply concerned about live organ harvesting and the inhuman treatment of practitioners of Falun Gong and other religious minorities across China. She said, “My thoughts are with the whole Falun Gong community of China.”