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Israel’s Netanyahu, Palestine’s Abbas Head to China
Saturday, 04 May 2013 07:10 AM
BEIJING — China will host Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas next week for separate bilateral talks as it tries to shore up its role in a region where its diplomatic influence is limited.
Netanyahu’s visit — the first trip by a top Israeli leader to China since former prime minister Ehud Olmert visited in 2007 — will be focused on trade, though experts have also said he is likely to discuss Iran’s nuclear program with China.
China, Iran’s top oil customer and a permanent member of the U.N. Security Council, has opposed unilateral sanctions on Tehran such as those imposed by Washington and the European Union and has called repeatedly for talks to resolve the stand-off over Iran’s nuclear program.
Netanyahu’s visit comes as a U.S. official said Israel has conducted an (restul aici)
Chinese president urges Israeli, Palestinian leaders to ‘build trust’
Chinese state media says the visits this week of Abbas and Netanyahu emphasize nation’s ‘active involvement in Middle East affairs.’
Chinese President Xi Jinping on Thursday urged Israeli and Palestinian leaders to “build mutual trust” and resume dialogue, saying China wanted to promote peace in the Middle East.
“We hope Israel and Palestine can work together, take feasible measures, gradually build mutual trust, restart the peace talks as soon as possible and make substantial progress,” the Chinese Foreign Ministry quoted Xi as telling Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
“China will keep its objective and just stance, actively promote talks and […] contribute to maintaining peace and stability in the Middle East,” Xi said.
Netanyahu arrived in Beijing on Wednesday after visiting Shanghai from Monday.
He met Premier Li Keqiang at Beijing’s Great Hall of the People on Wednesday as the two sides signed several bilateral agreements covering technology, agriculture, finance and education.
Chinese state media said this week’s visits of Abbas and Netanyahu emphasized China’s “active involvement in Middle East affairs and highlighted its role as a responsible power.”