Jordan’s King Abdullah II held talks on the Syrian crisis with Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday, reported Agence-France-Presse on Wednesday.
In a meeting with Xi at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, the king described China as “a team member of the United Nations Security Council and a friend of Jordan and the Middle East.”
They would discuss “ways and means of achieving peace, stability, civility and prosperity in our region through an active role in the peace process as well as that of the Syrian conflict,” the king told Xi, on the last day of his four-day trip.
Tensions between the West and Moscow- which is usually backed by Beijing in U.N. Security Council deliberations- have grown over how to eliminate Syria’s chemical weapons stock following an Aug. 21 chemical weapons attack that Washington says was perpetrated by Bashar al-Assad’s forces.
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