Foreign Ministry responded to U.S. State Department’s “rating” of China: Not eligible

By | June 21, 2013

At a regular press conference on the 20th of June, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying claimed that any country is not eligible to proceed any “rating” against other countries.

A reporter asked, “according to media reports, the U.S. State Department released annual “Global Report on Trafficking in Persons” in which China was downgraded to bottom tier 3 nation from the previous Tier 2 for efforts to fight human trafficking from the. What is your response?”

Hua Chunying said the Chinese government attaches great importance to combating all forms of human trafficking crimes, protects the interests of victims. China constantly improves the domestic legislation and strengthens the law enforcement and judicial measures to carry out cooperation with other countries. China’s efforts are real, the achievements are obvious and undeniable.

Source: Xinhua Net

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