Alarm is growing in Beijing over the prospect of having an Islamist group like the Taliban share a border with Xinjiang, where China is engaged in systematic oppression of Muslims.
Central Asian migrants in Russia are being forced to be vaccinated with Sputnik Light, an unproven vaccine known to be less effective than Sputnik V, and have to pay triple the suggested cost for it.
Despite difficult conditions amid the pandemic, the Kyrgyz and Uzbek governments were recognised for their efforts in countering the human rights issue.
Russian authorities also are preventing migrants access to the much-touted Sputnik V vaccine, and instead are giving them an unauthorized 'light' version with unclear rates of efficacy.
Beijing is actively pursuing a policy of decreasing the number of children born to ethnic minorities, and increasing the number of Han Chinese as part of ongoing demographic manipulations.
The UN report on Beijing's campaign to harvest organs from prisoners comes amid heightened tensions over the flagrant human rights abuses against Muslims in Xinjiang.
In the opening days, the panel heard witness testimony of torture and gang rapes, and descriptions of squalid conditions and brutality in Chinese 're-education' camps.
Nearly half of the 100,000 newly confirmed fatalities are civilians, most of them killed under torture in Syrian regime prisons. Nearly 500,000 total have been killed in the war.
Chinese diplomats have moved from silence to threats, but protesters intend to continue to fight to save their family members who 'disappeared' in China's Xinjiang region.
Chinese authorities targeted imams for 'crimes' such as preaching, convening prayer groups or officiating weddings. Others were detained for refusing to turn in Qurans to be burned.