Pointing to “political neutrality,” a Marriott hotel in Prague turned down a group of activists who had hoped to host a conference organized by the World Uyghur Conference, according to a new report from Axios.
The conference, which was held November 12-14, entailed discussions and lectures about the treatment of the Uyghur people in China, where many have been reportedly placed in re-education camps, and where some have reportedly been forcibly sterilized.
About 200 people from all around the world showed up to participate in the conference.
Critics say that Marriott had capitulated to communist China by refusing to host the conference.
“The Chinese government has condemned the World Uyghur Congress, which has attempted to rally global attention to the genocide in Xinjiang, China,” Axios reported, “The decision