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Human rights advocates criticize EU-China dialogue

Several human rights organizations have spoken out against resuming the human rights dialogue between China and the EU. The call to keep the dialogue suspended “until conditions are met for tangible outcomes and progress,” the organizations wrote in an open letter to EU Foreign Affairs Envoy Josep Borrell. The EU and China plan to meet again on Friday for a human rights dialogue for the first time in four years. The dialogue had been suspended since 2019.

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