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62 countries make joint statement in support on China’s promotion and protection of human rights
update:October 22,2021
Sixty-two countries made a joint statement in support of China’s promotion and protection of human rights at the Third Committee of the 76th Sessions of the United Nations General Assembly.
Cuba delivered the statement on behalf of the 62 countries that supported China’s human rights development path suitable for its national conditions and opposed any interference in China’s internal affairs in the name of human rights.
The joint statement stressed that respect for sovereignty, independence, and territorial integrity of states and non-inference in internal affairs of sovereign states represents basic norms governing international relations.
The statement added that Hong Kong, Xinjiang, and Tibet related issues were China’s internal affairs that brook no interference by any external forces.
The joint state reiterates support for China’s implementation of “one country, two systems” in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.
The joint statement states that all parties should abided by the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations, and the principles of universality, impartiality, objectivity, and non-selectivity.
All parties should also respect the right of the people of each state to choose independently their path for human rights development in accordance with their national conditions and treat all human rights with the same emphasis.
It calls upon all states to uphold multilateralism, solidarity, and collaboration and to promote and protect human rights through constructive dialogue and cooperation.
The statement emphasized the 62 countries opposed the politicization of human rights and double standards.
The countries also opposed unfounded allegations against China out of political motivation or based on disinformation and the interference in China’s internal affairs under the pretext of human rights.

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