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Chinese human rights delegation concludes visit to Uzbekistan

(Xinhua)

16:03, May 31, 2012

TASHKENT, May 31 (Xinhua) -- A Chinese human rights delegation concluded a four-day visit here on Thursday and left for Ukraine.

During their stay in Uzbekistan, the Chinese delegates met with Dilorom Tashmuhamedova, speaker of the Legislative Chamber of Oliy Majlis, the Uzbek parliament, as well as leaders of various political parties and representatives from human rights institutions in the central Asian country.

During the meeting with Tashmuhamedova, Luo Haocai, head of the delegation and chairman of the Chinese Society for Human Rights Studies, lauded the frequent exchanges of high-level visits and extensive bilateral cooperation between China and Uzbekistan in the past 20 years.

Noting that bilateral exchanges on human rights have been constantly enhanced, Luo said the two sides should continue to explore ways to deepen their cooperation in human rights theory research and practices and make contribution to the international human rights cause and world peace and prosperity as well.

China's achievements in promoting human rights in the last three decades have been widely recognized by members of the international community, said Tashmuhamedova.

The visit by the Chinese delegation will not only help deepen the mutual understanding between the two peoples but also boost bilateral cooperation on human rights, she said.

During their visit, the Chinese delegates also introduced China's policies and practices in the promotion of human rights, and briefed their hosts on China's Human Rights Action Plan 2009-2010, China's political consultation system and the latest revisions to China's Criminal Procedure Law.

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