BEIJING, June 27 (Xinhua) -- China's top legislature ratified extradition treaties with Argentina and Ethiopia on Tuesday.
The treaties were approved at the closing meeting of a bimonthly session of the National People's Congress Standing Committee.
They are "in accordance with the basic principles of Chinese laws and judicial practice, and meet Chinese interests and real demands," Vice Foreign Minister Liu Zhenmin said when expounding the treaties to the lawmakers on behalf of the State Council, China's cabinet.
The extradition treaties with Argentina and Ethiopia were signed on May 10, 2013, and May 4, 2014, respectively.
The treaties specify extradition obligations, crimes that extradition apply to, possible reasons for refusing extradition, costs, and dispute resolution procedures, among others.