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China Welcomes Peres in Bid for Closer Business Ties

China gave Peres the red-carpet treatment for his three day-visit this week.

China gave Peres the red-carpet treatment for his three day-visit this week.
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China gave President Shimon Peres the royal welcome Tuesday, with Chinese President Xi Jinping stating that the Jewish people and the Chinese share a common opposition to militarism and fascism.

Xi added that China wants to continue high-level exchanges with Israel and establish stronger ties and cooperation in the fields of technology, agriculture, medical treatment, environmental protection, energy and education.

“We have full confidence in the China-Israel relationship,” Xi said.

Peres called the Chinese a peace-loving people, an interesting twist on China’s love for its own people whom they kill often kill for the sake of the regime’s own peace.

Peres, of course, also talked about the peace process, which he said China can help advance.

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13 Responses to “China Welcomes Peres in Bid for Closer Business Ties”

  1. John Newman says:

    OK but remain independent!

  2. keep him in china, he sold you out to the vatican.

  3. strong tie gud business….

  4. Is it not better than fighting, bickering and going to war?

  5. Is it not better than fighting, bickering and going to war?

  6. Its a welcome development.

  7. Its a welcome development.

  8. yes far beta dan war if d Arab more agrees…..

  9. Nancy Wagner says:

    Don’t trust them – They are buying up land right and left in the US.

  10. Pete Dinglas says:

    They will copy Israeli technology and smuggle them out of the country… not a thrustworthy friend. Be careful of Chinese…. they are a deceitful race!

  11. Joe Khoury says:

    Good development in my humble opinion

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