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Beijing to restore peace in the Middle East

Beijing to restore peace in the Middle East
Beijing to restore peace in the Middle East

A delegation from the Arab and Muslim world visited Beijing yesterday to pressurize Israel to end Israeli violence in Gaza and unhindered access to humanitarian aid.

A delegation of Arab world leaders visiting Beijing met with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi to call for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza.

In response, China’s foreign minister said that the international community must take immediate action to stop the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Gaza. At this time, the Chinese foreign minister expressed his determination to work together to control the situation in Gaza and restore peace in the Middle East. News The Guardian.

The delegation from the Muslim world included the foreign ministers of Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Egypt, Indonesia, Palestine and the Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC).

Leaders of the OIC and the Arab League met earlier this month in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, to end Israeli atrocities in Gaza. But the leaders of the Muslim world could not take any concrete action due to disagreements among themselves. That meeting led to calls for the International Criminal Court to investigate Israel’s war crimes in Gaza.

Bangladesh Time: 1254 hours, November 21, 2023


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