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"The following comment is attributable to Nabila Massrali, EU Spokesperson for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy:
The European Union recalls the violent suppression by the Chinese authorities of the peaceful Tiananmen Square democracy protests of 1989 and continues to mourn the victims of the crackdown.
“Everyone is born free and equal in dignity and rights. On the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOT), the European Union reaffirms its strong commitment to respect, protect and promote the full and equal enjoyment of human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) persons.
Ms. Fan Haze, a Chinese journalist who works for Bloomberg News, was detained on 7 December by the Beijing National Security Bureau, allegedly on suspicion of endangering national security.
We expect the Chinese authorities to grant her medical assistance if needed, prompt access to a lawyer of her choice, and contacts with her family.
Other Chinese journalists or citizens have disappeared this year, or been detained or harassed, after engaging in reporting. These include among others Zhang Zhan, Chen Qiushi and Fang Bin, who reported on the COVID-19 outbreak.
All those arrested and detained in connection with their reporting activity should be immediately released.
Created 75 years ago, the United Nations today remains true to its founding principles of human rights and fundamental freedoms. In the last decades, the European Union and the UN have been working hand in hand to promote human rights and fundamental freedoms for all, without distinction of any kind.
Šiandien prie Lietuvos ambasados Pekine žemiau nuleistos vėliavos, jungiantis prie ES delegacijos Pekine iniciatyvos ir norint atminti siaubingų teroristinių atakų Austrijoje ir Prancūzijoje aukas.
Išreiškiame gilią užuojautą Austrijos ir Prancūzijos kolegoms. Širdyse esame kartu su Austrija ir Prancūzija!