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China refutes U.S. allegations on human rights

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Beijing, China - March 14, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of reporters at press briefing of Chinese Foreign Ministry
2. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Lu Kang, spokesman, Chinese Foreign Ministry (starting with shots 1):
"The China-related part within the U.S.'s report is just as same as past years, which is full of ideological biases, while disregarding the facts, confounding the right with the wrong, and making groundless accusations against China. We firmly oppose it and has lodged serious representations to the U.S. over it."
3. Various of reporters at press briefing
4. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Lu Kang, spokesman, Chinese Foreign Ministry:
"We may still suggest the U.S. take off its 'colored glasses,' abandon the cold-war mentality and ideological biases, objectively view China's human rights development, and stop interfering in China's internal affairs via human rights issues. And we also suggest that the U.S. better reflect on its own issues on human rights and deal with its own problems first."

FILE: Washington D.C., United States - Date Unknown (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
5. U.S. national flag
6. Various of U.S. Department of State building, signs
7. Various of pedestrians, traffic

Storyline


China on Thursday urged the United States not to interfere in China's internal affairs via human rights.

The statement was made by Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesman Lu Kang at a press briefing in Beijing concerning the U.S. State Department's annual human rights report which was released on Wednesday.

The spokesman said, "The China-related part within the U.S.'s report is just as same as past years, which is full of ideological biases, while disregarding the facts, confounding the right with the wrong, and making groundless accusations against China. We firmly oppose it and has lodged serious representations to the U.S. over it."

Lu then said that the Chinese government attaches great importance to protecting and promoting human rights. Ever since the founding of the People's Republic of China and especially over the 40 years of reform and opening-up, China has made great progress in human rights cause.

On the human rights issue, Lu said, the Chinese people are in the best position to comment and the international community also endorses China's achievements in promoting human rights. Lu believes that the Chinese people will continue walking along the path of socialism with Chinese characteristics and making new achievements in development.

He added, "We may still suggest the U.S. take off its 'colored glasses,' abandon the cold-war mentality and ideological biases, objectively view China's human rights development, and stop interfering in China's internal affairs via human rights issues. And we also suggest that the U.S. better reflect on its own issues on human rights and deal with its own problems first."

In December last year, China issued a white paper on progress in human rights since the beginning of its reform and opening up.

The white paper said China has carried out extensive exchanges and cooperation in the field of human rights and earnestly fulfilled its international human rights obligations.

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China-FM Briefing/US

China refutes U.S. allegations on human rights

Dateline : March 14, 2019/File

Location : Beijing,China

Duration : 1'25

  • English
  • Français
  • العربية
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Beijing, China - March 14, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of reporters at press briefing of Chinese Foreign Ministry
2. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Lu Kang, spokesman, Chinese Foreign Ministry (starting with shots 1):
"The China-related part within the U.S.'s report is just as same as past years, which is full of ideological biases, while disregarding the facts, confounding the right with the wrong, and making groundless accusations against China. We firmly oppose it and has lodged serious representations to the U.S. over it."
3. Various of reporters at press briefing
4. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Lu Kang, spokesman, Chinese Foreign Ministry:
"We may still suggest the U.S. take off its 'colored glasses,' abandon the cold-war mentality and ideological biases, objectively view China's human rights development, and stop interfering in China's internal affairs via human rights issues. And we also suggest that the U.S. better reflect on its own issues on human rights and deal with its own problems first."

FILE: Washington D.C., United States - Date Unknown (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
5. U.S. national flag
6. Various of U.S. Department of State building, signs
7. Various of pedestrians, traffic


China on Thursday urged the United States not to interfere in China's internal affairs via human rights.

The statement was made by Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesman Lu Kang at a press briefing in Beijing concerning the U.S. State Department's annual human rights report which was released on Wednesday.

The spokesman said, "The China-related part within the U.S.'s report is just as same as past years, which is full of ideological biases, while disregarding the facts, confounding the right with the wrong, and making groundless accusations against China. We firmly oppose it and has lodged serious representations to the U.S. over it."

Lu then said that the Chinese government attaches great importance to protecting and promoting human rights. Ever since the founding of the People's Republic of China and especially over the 40 years of reform and opening-up, China has made great progress in human rights cause.

On the human rights issue, Lu said, the Chinese people are in the best position to comment and the international community also endorses China's achievements in promoting human rights. Lu believes that the Chinese people will continue walking along the path of socialism with Chinese characteristics and making new achievements in development.

He added, "We may still suggest the U.S. take off its 'colored glasses,' abandon the cold-war mentality and ideological biases, objectively view China's human rights development, and stop interfering in China's internal affairs via human rights issues. And we also suggest that the U.S. better reflect on its own issues on human rights and deal with its own problems first."

In December last year, China issued a white paper on progress in human rights since the beginning of its reform and opening up.

The white paper said China has carried out extensive exchanges and cooperation in the field of human rights and earnestly fulfilled its international human rights obligations.

ID : 8105675

Published : 2019-03-14 16:39

Last Modified : 2019-03-15 13:28:05

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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