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China strsses four major viewpoints on human rights

GENEVA, March 5 (Xinhua) -- The 28th session of the UN Human Rights Council on Thursday held a General Segment, in which representative from China stressed China's four basic viewpoints on human rights.

"The politicization of human rights issues and double standards in this regard are still prominent," Said Fu Cong, deputy head of the China Mission to UN at Geneva.

Fu told the session that four major things need to be stressed in terms of international human rights cooperation: to reaffirm the solemn commitment to the United Nations Charter, to respect diversity including cultural diversity in human rights, to respect the model of human rights protection chosen by States, and to treat all human rights equally.

"The post-2015 agenda must be centred on poverty alleviation and place more efforts on development. Countries should learn from each other in their common pursuit of human rights and avoid confrontations." he said.

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