The Chinese foreign minister meets in Beijing with his counterparts from Palestine and several Islamic countries

Caracas.- Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi met in Beijing this Monday with his counterparts from Arab and Islamic countries who are on a two-day trip to China to consider how to promote a de-escalation of the current conflict between Israel and Hamas, reports CGTN.

The visiting delegation includes the ministers of the Palestinian Authority in the West Bank, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Egypt and Indonesia, as well as the secretary general of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, AFP reports.

During the event, Wang Yi stated that the international community must act urgently to stop the “humanitarian catastrophe” in Gaza. “The situation in Gaza affects all countries in the world and challenges human understanding of good and evil,” he said. “The international community must act urgently and take effective measures to prevent this tragedy from spreading,” he added.

In addition, the diplomat noted that Beijing is “a good friend and brother of Arab and Muslim countries.” “We have always firmly defended the legitimate rights and interests of Arab and Muslim countries, and we have always firmly supported the efforts of the Palestinian people to restore their legitimate national rights and interests,” he said. “China is firmly committed to justice and fairness in this conflict,” emphasized Wang.

With information from RT.

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