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UPDATED: 07:41, November 23, 2005
Chinese FM spokesman on UN torture rapporteur's China tour
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Manfred Novak, the special rapporteur on torture of the UN Human Rights Commission, arrived in China on Monday for a visit which will last until Dec. 2, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Jianchao said Tuesday.

Liu told the regular press conference that the rapporteur on torture is a special procedure under the UN Commission on Human Rights, and China attaches importance to Novak's visit to China.

Liu expressed the hope that Novak's visit can further increase mutual understanding and strengthen bilateral cooperation.

It is believed that through joint efforts, his visit can achieve the desired results on the basis of mutual respect, Liu noted.

Source: Xinhua


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