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China and South Africa Hold the 1st Human Rights Consultation

2016/04/15

On April 14, 2016, China and South Africa held the 1st human rights consultation in Pretoria, South Africa. Special Representative for Human Rights Affairs of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Liu Hua and Deputy Director-General of the Global Governance and Continental Agenda of the Department of International Relations and Cooperation Nozipho Joyce Mxakato-Diseko of South Africa co-chaired the consultation. Officials from the State Council Leading Group Office of Poverty Alleviation and Development, All-China Women's Federation and China Disabled Person's Federation attended the consultation. Chief Director of Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs of Department of International Relations and Cooperation Pitso Montwedi of South Africa and other officials attended the consultation.

During the consultation, both sides exchanged views on respective views and multilateral work on human rights, human rights technical cooperation as well as other topics. Both sides agreed that with great significance and fruitful results this time, the consultation will further enhance bilateral coordination and cooperation. The two sides also agreed to establish a regular consultation mechanism of human rights.

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