China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi addressed the Israel-Hamas conflict at the United Nations Security Council. Wang Yi called for a complete cease-fire in Gaza and the implementation of the two-state solution as soon as possible.
What role can Beijing play in resolving the crisis?
Joining the discussion:
- Amotz Asa-El is a senior commentator with the Jerusalem Post.
- Khalil Jahshan is the Executive Director of the Arab Center in Washington, D.C.
- Nabeel Khoury is a former U.S. diplomat and Non-Resident Senior Fellow with the Arab Center in Washington, D.C.
- Victor Gao is Chair Professor at Soochow University.
FM Wang Yi on Tuesday called for a complete ceasefire in the Gaza Strip and implementing the two-state solution as soon as possible, while expressing support for the United Nations' leading role in resolving the Palestine-Israel conflict.https://t.co/h3PwUtJGLh pic.twitter.com/BATLforxQp
— Chinese Mission to UN (@Chinamission2un) November 29, 2023
No solution to the current crisis should go against the two-State solution, violate international law or UN resolutions.
Any arrangement concerning the future of Palestine should fully reflect the will of the Palestinian people – Wang Yi, Minister for Foreign Affairs of China pic.twitter.com/DUNtYYu4Zt
— UN News (@UN_News_Centre) November 29, 2023