عربي Español Русский Français 简体中文

Vice Foreign Minister Le Yucheng Summarizes the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) on China into Three Highlights

2018/11/06

When attending the third Universal Periodic Review (UPR) at the United Nations (UN) Human Rights Council, head of Chinese delegation and Vice Foreign Minister Le Yucheng told the journalists after the review that the Chinese side’s participation in the process of the UPR was very smooth and successful, without accident. It can be summarized into three highlights.

The first is that China’s development achievements are highly affirmed. 150 countries applied for speeches, over 120 of which expressed their support and appreciation for China’s achievements in human rights, creating the largest number ever in history. It is universally recognized that China has made historic progress in human rights.

The second is that the view of human rights with Chinese characteristics is highly acknowledged. It is believed that China’s view of human rights conforms to public opinion and the spirit of the times, and features scientificity, progressiveness and innovativeness.

The third is that China’s National Human Rights Report and the keynote speech delivered by head of the Chinese delegation are highly appraised. It is believed that the report and the speech are comprehensive, objective, practical and of high quality.

Suggest to a friend
Print