Visiting the Prime Minister's Office
Recently, a Chinese Communist Party (CCP) insider revealed the CCP's appalling crimes of killing Falun Gong practitioners and harvesting their body organs in the secret Sujiatun Concentration Camp. It is said that at least 6,000 Falun Gong practitioners were believed to be originally detained at the camp but 4,000 of them have been killed and their internal organs have been harvested by the authorities for profit.
|The Chief Secretary of the Prime Minister's Office met with the Falun Gong practitioners|
Approximately 2,000 Falun Gong practitioners are still alive but under the risk of being killed and cremated in Sujiatun. On the afternoon of March 22nd, practitioners put aside their work and study to gather outside the Prime Minister's Office. There, they asked for a meeting with the Prime Minister to deliver a petition letter in person and to ask the Prime Minister to help rescue Falun Gong practitioners who are on the verge of death.
The chief secretary of the Prime Minister's Office received Falun Gong practitioners despite the fact that they did not make an appointment in advance. The secretary promised to try his best effort to pass information about Sujiatun to the Prime Minister as soon as possible.
Meeting the Minister of Foreign Affairs
After coming out of the Prime Minister's Office, the practitioners went to the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs to ask for a meeting with the Foreign Minister. Practitioners introduced the truth about Sujiatun concentration camp and handed in the petition letter to the reception of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
When practitioners were about to leave the building of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Foreign Minister with his secretary were just on their way in. The Minister said a greeting politely to practitioners in Chinese: "Ni Hao! (Hello!)". Practitioners were happily surprised and immediately told the Minister about the tragic event happening in China. Having listened to practitioners' introduction of the event, the Minister left his secretary there to find out more details about the situation.
The secretary said that they had already received the letter and other documents sent by practitioners a few days ago and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs had paid attention to this matter. Having listened to the facts about Sujiatun Concentration Camp and receiving the related materials, the secretary asked practitioners to leave contact telephone numbers and said that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will seriously deal with this matter and reply to practitioners' requests as soon as possible.
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