BEIJING: Chinese President Xi Jinping and his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron discussed the Israel-Hamas war in a phone call on Monday and agreed to “prevent a more serious humanitarian crisis”, Beijing state media reported.
“The two heads of state exchanged views on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and both believe that the top priority is to prevent a further deterioration of the situation between Palestine and Israel, in particular a more serious humanitarian crisis,” the state broadcaster said. CCTV reported.
The phone call came just days before French Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna is due to visit China and as a delegation of top diplomats from the Palestinian Authority, Indonesia, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Jordan are meeting in Beijing for “de-escalation” talks. came. From the conflict in Gaza.
Israeli tanks reportedly near a hospital in northern Gaza
According to this CCTVXi and Macron agreed to “continue to maintain communication on international and regional issues of common concern and contribute to the maintenance of world peace and stability.”
“The ‘two-state solution’ is the main way to resolve the recurring conflict between Palestine and Israel,” the state broadcaster added.
Macron visited China in April for a three-day state visit; During this visit, he was hosted by Xi in the capital Beijing and met with students in the southern city of Guangzhou.
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