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China and the Netherlands Hold the 11th Human Rights Dialogue

2018/06/22

From June 20 to 21, 2018, the 11th Human Rights Dialogue between China and the Netherlands was held in the Hague of the Netherlands. Special Representative for Human Rights Affairs and Deputy Director-General of the Department of International Organizations and Conferences of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Liu Hua and Human Rights Ambassador Kees van Baar of the Foreign Ministry of the Netherlands co-chaired the dialogue. Officials in charge of diplomacy, judiciary, public security, ethnic groups, religion and other affairs of the two countries were present.

Both sides introduced their respective new progress in promoting and protecting human rights, and exchanged views on such issues as international cooperation in human rights, guarantee of the rights of women and the disabled, and the role of non-governmental organizations in promoting and protecting human rights. Both sides held that the dialogue was candid, open, and fruitful. It is conducive to enhancing mutual understanding and making common progress. The two sides are willing to continuously conduct human rights exchanges based on equality and mutual respect.

After the dialogue, the delegation of the Chinese side visited the center against domestic violence, the research center for women's liberation and other places in Amsterdam.

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