June 10 (EUROPA PRESS) –
The head of the Human Rights Division of the European External Action Service (EEAS), Luisa Ragher, has shown before the minister without portfolio of Taiwan, Lo Ping Cheng, her rejection of the death penalty and has urged “increase efforts” to abolish it.
Taiwan and the European Union have held “open and constructive” consultations this Friday in Brussels, Belgium, in which they have reiterated the commitment of both parties to promote and protect Human Rights, democracy and the rule of law, according to a statement. of the EEAS.
“The consultations have confirmed that the EU and Taiwan share similar values and principles and a strong commitment to comply with international human rights standards,” the statement reads.
In addition, they have agreed to “continue exchanges and cooperation on Human Rights” such as the rights of migrant and domestic workers, business and Human Rights, gender equality and the rights of LGBTI people.