China’s special envoy to the east, Chai Jun, advised of the seriousness of the situation in the Gaza Strip, and of a worrying future in light of the expansion of fortified clashes on the Israeli border on farther than one front.
The Chinese ambassador urged for an immediate truce and an end to the conflict as soon as possible, underlining Beijing’s determination to do all in its ability to encourage discussion and a ceasefire between Israel and the Palestinian resistance, restart the peace process, and promote a two-state conclusion.
” China recognizes that force is not a method to solve the issue and that reacting to violence with violence would only lead to a terrible circle of reprisal,” John remarked, without addressing Israel or Hamas.
In the same terrain, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Sunday affirmed his country’s support for the legit demands of Arab and Muslim countries in the Palestinian cause.
During a phone call with his Malaysian counterpart Zambri Abdul Qadir on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the Chinese foreign minister stressed that Beijing opposes any attack that harms innocent civilians and violates international law.
China has always stood by peace, international law, and the legitimate demands of Arab and Muslim countries on the Palestinian issue, according to a statement issued by the Chinese Foreign Ministry. China supports granting the Palestinian people their legit rights and returning the Palestinian cause to the path of a peaceful result through the active performance of UN Security Council judgments, Wang Yi said.
He also affirmed his country’s readiness to strengthen communication with Malaysia and other peace-supporting countries in order to continue peace addresses in the Middle East.
Last week, Chinese President Xi Jinping reiterated Beijing’s wish to cease the battle between Israel and the Palestinian resistance as soon as possible, adding that his nation is willing to cooperate with Arab states to find a peaceful resolution to the conflict. Chinese media reported the Chinese president as stating that the truce has become vital and must be established as soon as possible to keep the conflict from expanding or spiraling out of control.