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Ma Zhaoxu (1st R Connor Williams Womens Jersey , front), Ambassador and Permanent Representative of China to UN at Geneva, delivers a speech at the 36th session
of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland on Sept. 15, 2017. China
on Friday said countries should carry out constructive dialogue and cooperation
in the field of human rights during the 36th session of the UN Human Rights
Council. (XinhuaXu Jinquan)
GENEVA, Sept. 15 (Xinhua) -- China on Friday said countries should carry out constructive dialogue and cooperation in the field of human rights.


Speaking at the 36th session of the UN human rights council, China said the international community should work "hand-in-hand" but avoid naming and shaming,
exerting public pressure, politicization, and double standards when it comes to
human rights issues.


Ma Zhaoxu, head of the Chinese Mission to UN at Geneva, said that when promoting human rights, all countries should firstly uphold the purposes and
principles of the UN Charter.


That means countries should respect the sovereignty and territorial integrity of countries, and the path of development and social system independently chosen
by their people, he said.


"Second, we should carry out dialogue and exchange. Countries should respect each other and treat each other on equal footing, expand common ground and
narrow differences, so as to jointly promote and protect human rights," he said.


He added that countries should also pursue win-win cooperation, be committed to multi-lateralism and partnership, and conduct practical and effective
cooperation to promote human rights capacity-building.


According to the Chinese diplomat, it is of great importance for countries to promote human rights through poverty reduction.


Ma also stressed that "we should promote human rights through development," saying that countries should be committed to people-centered development, and
spare no effort in fully implementing the UN's Sustainable Development Goals
(SDGs) by 2030.


"We encourage the international community to work together to engage in dialogue and cooperation on human rights, and keep the international human
rights governance moving in the right direction," he concluded.


KAMPALA, Sept. 17 (Xinhua) -- Uganda has suspended the national bcny for the
world boxing championship.


Patrick Ogwel, assistant general secretary of the National Council of Sports told Xinhua in an interview late on Saturday that the executive of the Uganda
Boxing Federation failed to explain the disappearance of the players.


"We are not going to accept this kind of management," he said.

The players had gone to attend the 2017 AIBA World Championship in Hamburg, Germany early this month.


"We have decided that the whole Federation executive members are suspended as investigations go on following the failure of the boxers to return," Ogwel said.


David Kavuma, the Federation spokesman who traveled as manager confirmed that the three boxers stayed behind in Germany to try and get clubs to join.


The three boxers who represented Uganda at the World Championships include: David Ayiti, Geoffrey Kakeeto and African welterweight champion Muzamiru
Kakande.


While the two other boxers all lost in the first round, super heavyweight boxer Ayiti was not included in the draws under un-clear reasons for which
Federation has said they will lodge a formal complaint.


Charles Bakkabulindi, the minister in-charge of sports said they are going to start acting tough against sports associations whose players fail to return
after international events.


"We shall not accept this kind of behaviour because it has been happening in the past. The boxing body will now have to answer or get punished," he added.


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