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Chinese envoy calls for early resumption of Palestine-Israel peace talks

(Xinhua)

09:14, October 25, 2012

BEIJING, Oct. 24 (Xinhua) -- Chinese Special Envoy to the Middle East Wu Sike called on Palestine and Israel to make efforts for the early resumption of peace talks during his recent trip to the region, Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei told a daily news briefing on Wednesday.

Wu, who visited Israel and Palestine from Oct. 19 to 22, met with Israeli Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Intelligence Services Dan Meridor and Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Daniel Ayalon in Jerusalem.

Wu also held talks with Palestinian National Authority (PNA) President Mahmoud Abbas and chief negotiator Saeb Erekat, according to Hong.

During the talks, Wu said China viewed the Palestinian issue as the core of the Middle East issue. It was conducive to the peace and stability of the region and the world to continue to push forward a political solution to the issue, Hong said.

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