After election, China calls for peace over Palestinian-Israel conflict

By REUTERS
March 19, 2015 13:38

 
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A Foreign Ministry spokesman Thursday called on Palestinians and Israel to resume talks as soon as possible.

The spokesman Hong Lei told a regular press briefing on Thursday China congratulates on the Israel's election victory.

"China is willing to join hands with Israel's new government to promote Sino-Israeli relationship to a new level," said Hong.

China has always believed that dialogue and negotiation is the only route to Palestinian-Israeli peace, he said, hoping that the Palestinians and Israel will resume peace talks as soon as possible.

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