Media Statement

17 April 2016

SA-China launch the Structured Bilateral Dialogue on Human Rights

South Africa and the People’s Republic of China met on 14 April 2016 in Pretoria to launch the Structured Dialogue on Human Rights, to reaffirm their commitment to human rights and fundamental freedoms, and to look at ways to enhance cooperation and solidarity.

The two delegations will be meeting regularly in this regard. The two delegations further agreed on ways to enhance their cooperation, ensuring future dialogue in this context. To this end, the next meeting of the SA-China Structured Bilateral Dialogue on Human Rights will be held in 2017 in Beijing.

Enquiries: Clayson Monyela spokesperson for DIRCO on 082 884 5974

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