FJP Expresses Concerns to Chinese Officials Following Syria UN Resolution's Veto
FJP Expresses Concerns to Chinese Officials Following Syria UN Resolution's Veto
Thursday, February 16,2012 14:45

 Assistant Secretary General for the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), Osama Yasin emphasized that Chinese government must realize It has lost much of its credit with the Arab world after vetoing the U.N. resolution to condemn the unconscionable violence perpetrated by the Bashar Al-Assad regime against its own people.

 
During a meeting with political parties and domestic affairs advisor at the Chinese Embassy Jiao Ja Shin, he stressed: "It is essential to the kind of relationship we have established with China to call on it as a superpower to reevaluate its stance and adopt a different viewpoint in favour of Syrian people"
 
For his part, Jiao Ja Shin stressed that China and Egypt enjoyed a strong relationship, and promised to convey the FJP's message to officials in the Foreign Affairs department. He added: "A delegation from the Communist Party's Foreign Affairs committee is planning to visit Egypt at the end of this month".
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