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China outlines human rights success at UN review

By China Daily in Geneva | China Daily | Updated: 2018-11-09 09:22

China's human rights achievements received positive international feedback on Tuesday during the third round of the Universal Periodic Review led by the United Nations' Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland.

Such reviews offer each UN member state an opportunity to declare actions they have taken to fulfill their human rights obligations, and outline steps taken to improve the human rights situations in their countries. Fourteen member states are scheduled to be reviewed under the 31st session of the council, which runs until Nov 16.

Le Yucheng, China's vice-minister of foreign affairs, led a government delegation and presented the report Promoting New Progress Along the Path of Human Rights Development with Chinese Characteristics to the representatives of 150 UN countries and territories, detailing China's human rights achievements.

China outlines human rights success at UN review

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