China's representative at the United Nations Human Rights Council called for putting people's lives and health first
The 45th session of the United Nations human rights council is under way in Geneva. 14 solstice 15 held an interactive dialogue on the human rights impact of the covid-19 epidemic. At the meeting, the Representative of China called on all countries to put people's lives and health first and jointly oppose politicizing public health issues.
The representative of China said that the coVID-19 epidemic is still spreading around the world, posing a great threat to people's safety and health, and posing a formidable challenge to countries in safeguarding people's rights to life, health and other human rights. The epidemic has also exacerbated racial discrimination and social inequality, with discrimination and stigmatizing attacks against minorities becoming more common.