Serhat TUNAR -TDO- Uighurs, Tibetans and some Chinese dissidents protested the Chinese government in Osaka, Japan, which hosted the G20 Leaders’ Summit.

In the protest which was also supported by the Japanese, the activists carrying East Turkestan and Tibetan flags and marching their feet were shutting down their feet, they demanded the closure of the concentration camps that China had built in East Turkestan and forced millions of Uyghur Turks, and pressure on Chinese President Xi Jinping by the world leaders.

One of the demonstrators Yu-Shih Liao said in his speech, "I hope we can give a message. Because I read the news that everyone is facing a very cold face of Chinese President Xi Jinping. That's what we have to do. China may be a member of G-20 or United Nations Security, but this does not mean that we endorse the human rights violations they have committed.”