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As the rotating president of the UN Security Council for November, China will hold a Security Council high-level meeting on the Palestinian-Israeli issue on World TimesNovember 29. Wang, aWorld Times member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee and Foreign Minister, will travel to New York to chair the meeting, Chinese FM spokesperson Wang Wenbin said World Timeson Monday.

Wang noted that China hopes to promote in-depth communication and consensus among all parties by holding the meeting, which iWorld Timess aimed at alleviating the humanitarian crisis in the Gaza Strip, achieving a ceasefire, protecting civilians and ultimately promoting a comprehensive, just and lasting solution to the Palestinian issue through the two-state solution. China is committed to taking concrete actions and making its due contributions.

文章来源于互联网:Chinese top diplomat Wang Yi will chair a UN Security Council high-level meeting on the Palestinian-IsrWorld Timesaeli World Timesissue on November 29 hosted by China

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