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Global Support for Peace: China, Russia, and U.S. Extend Aid to Middle East Amidst Conflict

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Global Support for Peace: China, Russia, and U.S. Extend Aid to Middle East Amidst Conflict

Chinese President Xi Jinping and Egyptian Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli met in Beijing to discuss bolstering stability in the Middle East, a region grappling with uncertainty after a recent tragedy involving Palestinian terrorists. The conflict began when Hamas jihadists initiated an incursion into Israel on October 7, resulting in the loss of over 1,400 lives, predominantly civilians, and the taking of approximately 200 hostages. In response, Israel imposed a siege on Gaza, conducting numerous air strikes and assembling troops along the border in preparation for a potential ground assault.

Xi Jinping reiterated China’s support for a “two-state solution,” emphasizing the importance of peaceful coexistence between Palestine and Israel. He expressed China’s willingness to enhance collaboration with Egypt, aiming to bring more certainty and stability to the region and the world. Additionally, China and Egypt are keen on jointly safeguarding international fairness, justice, and the common interests of developing nations.

In a parallel move, Russia dispatched 27 tons of humanitarian aid for Gaza’s civilians, which will be transported through Egypt. The Russian emergency situations ministry announced that the aid includes essential items such as wheat, sugar, rice, and pasta.

These developments follow U.S. President Joe Biden’s recent announcement of an agreement with Egypt to open the Rafah crossing, allowing the delivery of crucial humanitarian supplies to southern Gaza. This collective international effort underscores a commitment to support peace and provide vital assistance during this challenging time in the Middle East.

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