Following Bachelet's unsuccessful probe into Uyghur human rights issues, China extends an invitation to Turkey to visit Xinjiang.

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi invited Turkey to visit Xinjiang province . Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said that his country adheres to the one-China model .

Beijing, August 7: Two months after UN Human Rights chief Michelle Bachelet visited China's Xinjiang province, where she was forbidden from speaking on Uyghur detainment, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has invited Turkey to visit the area, claiming that it is open and transparent.On the sidelines of meetings of foreign ministers on East Asia cooperation, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi met with Turkiyes Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu on Wednesday.Cavusoglu said that his country adheres to the one-China model, not only on the Taiwan issue, but also on issues affecting Xinjiang, adding that the Turkish side was glad to see UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet visit Xinjiang and is planning to keep contact with China regarding issues relating to his visit to Xinjiang by a Turkish delegation, according to Xinhua.Wang said China has always maintained an open and transparent attitude toward problems relating to Xinjiang, and that it wants to welcome the Turkish delegation to Geneva in May, when it could have had a golden opportunity to investigate the human rights situation in Xinjiang and Tibet and hold Beijing accountable for its abuses against Uyghurs and Tibetans, according to The Global Times.The visit by the United Nations Human Rights Commissioner Michelle Bachelet to China in May was seen as a time to The trip to China was a chance to clarify the situation and disseminate a lot of false information and other stuff that had been outed, according to Radio Free Asia (RFA), who said that Bachelet and her office had disgraced themselves and her office by refusing to investigate China's genocide and repeating the Chinese regimes' story, thereby cementing their propaganda in the United Nations.