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ImagePEKING/DENHAAG (Reuters) - Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende has Sunday during an interview with the Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao expressed concern about the human rights situation in China. 'This issue should be raised. I've done that before, and today I will also continue to do so in the future.''


Balkenende, who because of the Olympic Games a three day visit to China will, among other things, spoke about the press, the position of the guardians of human rights, the rights of minorities and the situation in Tibet. According to Wen that the minister was on this issue required further discussion. That will happen in late October when Balkenende an official visit to China rise, after the Asian summit.

Second Chamber Luuk Blom of the PvdA had called Balkenende, firm language''to speak about human rights in China and he is satisfied with the prime minister. However, when this sort of thing is purely to show the power of repetition.''

Peaceful solution

Management of the Christian Union has recently said that the prime minister because of the human rights situation in China should have adopted an act by road to remain in the Games. ,, Mine does not he sit there, but now he is there, it's very human rights that he has raised.''

Well Voordewind still wants to know whether Balkenende also has taken on his motion for the Court was adopted by summer. This requires that a visit to countries such as China not only with government leaders must be spoken, but also with human rights activists.

The Prime Minister has in China Wen also the Dutch position on the situation in South Ossetia question. ,, I've indicated that we want to find a peaceful solution is sought and that the parties must seek a dialogue.''China is a permanent member of UN Security Council.

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