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Foreign Office Minister welcomes continued UK and China dialogue on human rights

Foreign Office Minister Jeremy Browne has made a statement on the occasion of the 20th Round of the UK-China Human Rights Dialogue

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The UK-China Human Rights Dialogue was hosted by the Chinese government in Nanjing. Foreign Office Minister, Jeremy Browne said:

“I am pleased that the 20th Round of the UK-China Human Rights Dialogue has taken place. The UK Government attaches importance to this Dialogue as part of our bilateral relationship. I think it is positive that the UK and China are continuing to engage on human rights and that both sides covered the full range of issues of concern during these talks. I would like to extend my thanks to the external experts from academia and civil society who joined the talks. Their contribution is valuable.”

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Published 11 January 2012