HANGZHOU, China: Chinese President Xi Jinping took pledge on Friday along with Turkish President Tayyip Erdoga to enhance the counter terrorism operations.
This decision has been taken to minimize violence in China’s Xinjiang region. Also, this meeting would help him to make their religious as well as cultural ties stronger.
Beijing says a few Uighurs then wind up battling with aggressors in Iraq and Syria.
Be that as it may, Ankara promised a year ago to keep its entryways open to Uighur vagrants escaping what rights activists have called religious oppression in China. Beijing denies allegations that it limits the Uighurs' religious opportunities.
Meeting on the sidelines of the G20 summit in the eastern Chinese city of Hangzhou, Xi told Erdogan he acknowledged Turkey focusing on that it would not permit its domain to be utilized for acts that hurt China's security.
China "trusts both sides can accomplish significantly more substantive results in counter-psychological oppression collaboration", China's state-run Xinhua news office refered to Xi as saying.
Erdogan, in remarks before journalists made an interpretation of from Turkish into Chinese, said the accentuation ought to be on reinforcing their ties.
"Battling fear based oppression is a long haul issue, and is likewise a long haul point talked about by the G20," he said.
Xinhua likewise cited Erdogan as expressing gratitude toward China for its assistance in keeping up Turkey's security and steadiness, and that he sought after more prominent counter-fear based oppression participation.
Turkey, a NATO part and part of the U.S.- drove coalition against Islamic State, has seen a progression of lethal bombings this year faulted for the radical Islamists. However, it likewise reasons for alarm Kurdish volunteer armies in Syria will grab a swathe of fringe region and encourage Kurdish guerillas all alone soil.
Beijing points the finger at Islamist activists, including those it says originate from a gathering called the East Turkestan Islamic Movement (ETIM), for an ascent in viciousness in Xinjiang lately in which hundreds have kicked the bucket.
Rights bunches say the agitation there is increasingly a response to abusive government strategies, and specialists have addressed whether ETIM exists as a durable activist gathering.
Authorities in Xinjiang have ventured up controls banning obvious indications of religious recognition, similar to cover or facial hair.
Turkey irritated China by communicating worry about reports of confinements on Uighurs venerating and fasting amid the heavenly month of Ramadan a year ago, and Turkish nonconformists have walked on China's international safe haven and office in Turkey over Beijing's treatment of Uighurs.
The two nations have likewise jousted over Thailand's expelling of Uighur transients back to China.