The Middle East Security Forum was held in Beijing on November 27th and 28, saw more than 200 agents from both the Middle East and China share their views on the area’s political scenarios, significant difficulties, and threats, in addition to China’s ties with the Middle East.
A bulk of the guests slammed the U.S. unilateral and hegemonic policy in the Middle East and argued that it is extremely needed to end the unfair local order that has actually arisen from U.S. intervention and pressure.
China insists that it has established an “originality” for the Middle East to protect stability in the area and established trust between various states in the future: that is, to maintain the viewpoint of “advancement” instead of fights.”
4 points of understanding were shared amongst the participants, consisting of objectives to establish a brand-new security principle that is cumulative, extensive, cooperative, and sustainable; to recognize peace in between Palestine and Israel, in a simple and equivalent way; to highlight and execute the function of “advancement” in Middle East management; and to motivate and help with shared discussion and understanding in between counterterrorism and counter-extremism, and therefore get rid of double standards in global and local affairs.
China has highlighted and valued its relationship with Middle Eastern states.
On the one hand, China views itself as the most significant establishing state on the planet and thinks its financial advancement experience could be shared and obtained by Middle Eastern states, specifically some Arab states.
Beijing has been included politically too. Considering that back in 2002, when China produced 5 Middle East envoys – Wang Shijie (2002-2006), Sun Bigan (2006-2009), Wu Sike (2009-2014), Gong Xiaosheng (2014-2019), and Zhai Jun (designated in 2019)– have actually made more than 70 journeys to the Middle East to moderate local crises and help with discussions.
On the other hand, more than 1,800 Chinese soldiers have been stationed in the Middle East as part of UN peacekeeping forces.
China has likewise sent out more than 2 billion RMB, or more than $300 million, to Palestinians and Syrians.
Still, China’s function in the Middle East is fairly brand-new.
China does not look for intervention in the Middle East and intends to establish equivalent bilateral and multilateral ties with local states.
They do not wish to develop a sphere of influence and do not look to fill the power vacuum. China’s well-balanced position and simply local policies have assisted the Middle Eastern federal governments.
Financially, China does not enforce sanctions or pressure versus any state in the Middle East and wishes to establish equally helpful ties with all Middle Eastern countries under the Belt and Road Initiative through the concepts of accomplishing shared development through conversation and cooperation.
The Middle East Security Forum, held in Beijing on November 2th7 and 28th, saw more than 200 agents from both the Middle East and China come to share their views on the area’s political scenarios, significant obstacles, and dangers, as well as China’s ties with the Middle East.