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China and the UK Hold the 19th Human Rights Dialogue
2011-01-17 05:51

From Jan. 13 to 14, 2011, the 19th China-UK Human Rights Dialogue was held in London. The dialogue was co-moderated by Qi Xiaoxia, Special Representative for Human Rights of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China and Peter Wilson, Director of the Asia Pacific Directorate, Foreign and Commonwealth Office of the United Kingdom. It was attended by officials from the foreign affairs, public security, judicial, ethnic affairs and other related departments. FCO Minister of State Jeremy Browne met with the Chinese delegation. The two sides briefed each other in this round of talks on the latest progress in the field of human rights and exchanged views on the role of police in criminal trial, education and languages of minority groups, international cooperation in human rights and other issues of common concern. Both sides made positive comments on China-UK relations and the importance of human rights dialogue. Both sides considered this round of dialogue frank, thorough, and constructive. Both sides also expressed the willingness to continue the dialogue and exchanges in the field of human rights on the basis of equality and mutual respect. During the dialogue, the Chinese delegation visited the education, police and other agencies in Wales.

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