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EU asks China for “verifiable evidence” on Peng Shuai’s whereabouts

LThe European Union (EU) on Tuesday asked the Chinese government to provide “verifiable evidence” on the whereabouts and safety of tennis player Peng Shuai, disappeared four weeks ago after reporting that she suffered sexual abuse by an exalted position of the executive and the Communist Party of the country.

In a statement, European diplomacy asks for more guarantees to believe that Peng Shuai “is free and not threatened”, and assures that his public reappearance a week ago in a video broadcast by the press related to the Beijing regime “It does not alleviate concerns about their safety and freedom.”

In addition, the EU urges Beijing to carry out a “full, fair and transparent investigation” into the allegations of sexual assault that the tennis player directed at former Chinese Vice President Zhang Gaoli, who held the position between 2012 and 2017.

All in all, the 27 make clear their opposition to the “use of the practice of enforced disappearance and arbitrary detention” and, in this sense, They ask China to comply with human rights.

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