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China denies allegations of running covert police stations around world, Japan looks into claim

China denies allegations of running covert police stations around world, Japan looks into claim
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By Reuters Dec 22, 2022 5:06:02 PM IST (Published)

Safeguard Defenders, an Asia-focused rights group based in Spain, has published two reports since September alleging that Chinese authorities have established 102 overseas police stations in 53 countries, including Japan. China has dismissed the allegations and on Thursday its foreign ministry denied that such police stations existed.

The government in Tokyo is investigating a report that China has set up covert police stations inside Japan, amid similar checks by authorities in European countries, the United States and Canada.

Safeguard Defenders, an Asia-focused rights group based in Spain, has published two reports since September alleging that Chinese authorities have established 102 overseas police stations in 53 countries, including Japan.
China has dismissed the allegations and on Thursday its foreign ministry denied that such police stations existed. It said that there were no Chinese police posts located overseas.
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