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China's position on Syria aimed at safeguarding Mideast peace, stability


10:06, February 15, 2012

WASHINGTON, Feb. 14 (Xinhua) -- Visiting Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping said here Tuesday that China's position on Syria is aimed at safeguarding peace and stability in the Middle East and is in line with relevant international principles.

Xi made the remarks when he held talks on Tuesday morning at the White House with his U.S. counterpart, Joe Biden, according to a press release issued by the Chinese delegation.

During the talks, Xi expounded China's principled position on Syria.

China, he said, is willing to continue its constructive role in easing the tensions in Syria and in safeguarding peace and stability in the region.


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Tracker at 2012-02-15122.107.87.*
@Canada, Al Qaeda does not exist and is the biggest lie since the war on terror. Certainly Islamic fundamentalism and terrorism exists but Al Qaeda was just an imagined title to serve a political/military expansionist purpose.
Canada at 2012-02-1570.36.49.*
The U.S. & Britain in a bloc with Al Qaeda, Libyan & Qatari jihadists? Ugly - the antithesis of peace & stability in the region.

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