China urged the U.S. to end up being a preacher of human rights

China urged the United States to stop being a "preacher of human rights"China claimed the United States to end interference in China's internal affairs under the pretext of human rights reports to the agency "Xinhua".

The statement said the official dealer of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China Hong Lei, "China and the U.S. have disagreements on the dilemma Human Rights, Beijing is ready to open a discussion c Washington-based mutual respect and equality. But China strongly opposed to interference in its internal affairs under the pretext of human rights. "

Note the Foreign Ministry statement was made after the U.S. State Department issued a one-year report, dedicated dilemma Human Rights The world. It provides a critique of the state of affairs with respect for human rights in China.

Hong-Lei in its own statement, urged the U.S. to "think about the problems related to compliance Human Rights on its territory, "and do not act as a" preacher of human rights. "

We add, on the views of the creators of another U.S. State Department report on human rights in 2010 world changed, but the repressive regimes try to adapt to the new conditions. Presenting report, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said: "We litsezreem improvement in almost all countries of the world, but we litsezreem and severe deterioration."

In 2010 year on the preparation of the report of the work of more than 1 thousand man, gather information about the situation in 194 countries around the world. It is emphasized that this is a more complete and detailed document on the situation of human rights in the world, reports the "Voice of America".

The creators of the report identified three global trends 2010 year. The first of them — "the explosive growth of non-governmental organizations" that focus on a wide range of issues in the field of democracy and human rights.

Second trend — the "dramatic increase" web, mobile phones and other communication technologies that are used in the collection, including disk imaging of human rights activists and socializing together.

Third trend — the continuing escalation of violence, harassment and discrimination against vulnerable groups, often it racial, religious or ethnic minorities.

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