EU and China resume human rights talks

China and the EU will resume their human rights dialogue this week, which has been suspended for several years. A meeting as part of the dialogue is scheduled for this Friday, a spokeswoman for the EU Commission confirmed to China.Table on Tuesday. The EU expects the resumption to allow for “focused discussions on a broad range of issues”, the commission spokeswoman said.
“The EU and China have different views on this issue, but that is exactly why this dialogue is important: to have an open discussion,” she added.

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