Italy tells Chinese envoy it’s unmoveable on human rights

(ANSA) – ROME, MAR 24 – “Italy reiterates its unmoveable
position on the protection of human rights and fundamental
freedoms and expresses solidarity to the European
parliamentarians, academics, think tanks and officials hit by
Chinese sanctions” – that was the message that Deputy Foreign
Minister Marina Sereni gave on Wednesday to Chinese Ambassador
Li Junhua, who was summoned to the foreign ministry in Rome.
    “Italy confirms its support for the measures adopted by the EU
and rejects the Chinese sanctions as unacceptable,” a foreign
ministry statement said. (ANSA).
   

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