广东11选5-中奖助手: China completes 3rd Universal Periodic Review at UN Human Rights Council
山东十一选五 www.rtbce.com GENEVA - China on Friday completed its 3rd UN Human Rights Council Universal Periodic Review (UPR) process which its delegation head described as "smooth and successful."
"Wide recognitions" were achieved regarding China's human rights achievements, human rights development path and the country's determination to promote human rights situation, said Chinese Vice-Foreign Minister Le Yucheng after the session at the council, which adopted a final report on China's third Universal Periodic Review in November 2018.
Le, also head of the Chinese delegation, recalled that he had announced last November in Geneva during the UPR that China would take 30 measures to promote further human rights development and "most of those measures have seen an early harvest."
"At today's session I further announce that China has decided to accept 284 out of 346 recommendations put forward by various parties," Le said Friday.
"China is open to accept all recommendations if they are consistent with China's realities and ... conducive to promoting and protecting human rights in China," said Le.
He refuted unfounded accusations against China made by some countries and non-governmental organizations (NGOs), saying they will end up "isolating themselves."
"China resolutely opposes the use of human rights as an excuse to interfere in China's internal affairs and undermine China's sovereignty and territorial integrity," he noted.
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