TI have A calls for an investigation “with full transparency” against the Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai’s approval about the sexual assault of a former high-ranking politician in China.
Peng has not been seen in public since she accused Zhang Gaoli, a former Chinese vice premier who forced her to have sex at his home.
The tennis player, former world doubles racket and two-time Grand Slam champion, filed a complaint through a post on Weibo that was deleted after 30 minutes…
In reply, The White house Spokeswoman Jen Psaki said US officials are “deeply concerned” about the reports.
“We join the Chinese authorities’ calls for independent and verifiable evidence of her whereabouts and that she is safe,” he said. For her part, spokeswoman for the UN Human Rights Office, Liz Trossell, also expressed concern and called for a “full transparency” investigation into Peng’s allegations.
“It would be important to obtain evidence of his whereabouts and well-being, and we call for a transparent investigation into his allegations of sexual assault,” she added.
WTA threatens China
V Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) said he was ready to incur losses in the millions of dollars if he did not shed full light on the tennis player’s case.
V International Olympic Committee and IOC Athletes’ Commission also released statements.
Also on Saturday, the Athletes’ Commission said that “very worried“about Pen’s situation and supported the quiet diplomacy that the IOC uses.
“We also hope that we can find a way of direct interaction between her and her fellow athletes,” the commission said.