Foreign Minister Wang Yi, the only Chinese leader to leave the country permanently for two years, has set a new tradition: when he returns, he takes advantage of the quarantine associated with his Kovid in China, but not far from Beijing. – His foreign rivals. On his return from a visit to Africa, he received the Foreign Ministers of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman and Bahrain from January 10 to 14, as well as the Secretary-General of the Gulf Cooperation Council (CCG), Naif Falah Al-Hajraf. . Note the absence of Qatar and the United Arab Emirates, members of the GCC, whose unity has been abused in recent years.
On Wednesday, January 12, Wang Yi received the Turkish Foreign Minister and on Friday, January 14, the Iranian Foreign Minister. A way for Beijing to show that China intends to play a major political role in this region of the world and, unlike the United States, maintains good relations with all states. Syria on Wednesday announced that it had officially joined China’s New Silk Road investment plan, another insult to Washington, which is imposing heavy economic sanctions on Damascus.
The meeting is aimed at meeting the ministers of Saudi Arabia and Bahrain “Share their views” About the Iranian nuclear talks. While the Gulf states are concerned about Tehran’s nuclear ambitions, the Chinese minister is said to have hinted at respecting the global nuclear non – proliferation system. “Reasonable and Reasonable Concerns” The case of some countries in the region should also be taken into account. On Tuesday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin also said “Strong mutual support between China and Iran on key issues”. In 2021, China and Iran entered a major event “Strategic Partnership” For twenty-five years.
Claim support from Muslim countries
In the field of commerce, Wang Yi and the GCC Secretary-General, for their part, a “Action 2022-2025” It also intends to end a free trade agreement “Establish China-GCC Free Trade Zone as soon as possible.” These discussions, which have been going on since 2004, have not yet been successful. According to Beijing, China will become the first economic partner of the GCC countries by overtaking the European Union in 2020. About 70% of the world’s oil is imported from this region of the world.
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