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  oint statement said, referring to the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights.An attempt by a small number of Western countries to smear China over Xinjiang-related issues once again ended in failure at the UN Human Rights Council, Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said on Thursday.Speaking at a regular news briefing, Zhao reiterated that Xinjiang-related issues are no  

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on Iran, said Zhang.All provisions of Resolution 2231 should be implemented, including arrangements on arms-related restrictive measures. Having quit the JCPOA, the United States is no longer a participant, and has no right to trigger the snapback mechanism at the Security Council, he said.Under Resolution 2231, any participant state to the Iran nuclear deal can notify the Security Council about如下图

the law showed the central authorities' trust in Hong Kong as it gives the SAR an important role in law enforcement and prosecution, and the administration of justice. It also places great emphasis on protecting the legitimate rights of the people of Hong Kong. Therefore, the law serves the fundamental interest of Hong Kong residents and will benefit Hong Kong's long-term development, the DAB said

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