China supports negotiation for Palestine-Israel “two-state” solution
Saturday, August 27, 2011
PLE / ISR China Meeting -- China supports negotiation for Palestine-Israel "two-state" solution
Jerusalem, Israel - Aug 26, 2011
1. Zoom in of Wu Sike, China's special envoy on Middle East, shaking hands with Dan Meridor, Israeli Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Intelligence
2. Wide of Wu Sike sitting and talking with Dan Meridor
3. Zoom in of Wu Sike shaking hands with Avigdor Lieberman, Israeli Foreign Minister
4. Mid of Wu Sike sitting with Chinese delegation members
5. Pan left of Avigdor Lieberman talking
6. Zoom out of meeting hall
7. Close of Wu Sike talking
8. Zoom out of Wu Sike sitting with Chinese delegation members
9. Zoom out of road sigh of State of Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs building
10. Zoom out of outside of State of Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs building
11. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Wu Sike, Chinese special envoy on Middle East:
"The Chinese side wants to convey a message that we support to solve the Palestine-Israel conflict through negotiations."
12. Wide of Wu Sike talking to reporters
Ramalla, Palestine - Aug 25, 2011
1. Pan right of building in which Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas meeting visiting Chinese special envoy on Mideast affairs Wu Sike
2. Mid of Wu's special car arriving
3. Mid of Wu shaking hands with representatives of Palestine at entrance of building
4. Mid of Wu entering into building
5. Mid of Wu talking to Abbas
6. Mid of Wu talking and laughing
7. Mid of Abbas listening
8. Mid of two Chinese officials
9. Pan left from Palestinian officials to Abbas and Wu
10. Mid of pictures of Yasser Arafat and Mahmoud Abbas
11. Close of picture of Yasser Arafat
12. Zoom out of Palestinian flag on top of building
Chinese special envoy on the Middle East, Wu Sike, said China supported negotiation for Palestine-Israel "two-state" solution during his official visit to Palestine and Israel from last Tuesday to Friday.
He also said China supported Palestine's bid to seek full membership in the United Nations next month. At a meeting with Palestinian leaders in Ramalla, Palestine on Thursday, Wu Sike told Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas that China supports all efforts that contribute to breaking the current deadlock in the peace process and realizing a Palestinian State based on the "two-state" solution.
Talks with Israel on the terms of Palestinian statehood are at a stalemate. Palestinians have decided to seek full UN membership and international recognition of an independent Palestinian state covering the areas Israel occupied in the 1967 war.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas praised China's support for Palestine's bid and also thanked China for its consistent support for Palestinians' legitimate rights as regards founding a state based on the border of 1967.
He said Palestinians' efforts in that regard don't contradict the Mideast peace process and resumption of negotiations with Israel.
Wu said China is highly concerned about the situation in the Middle East, with the Palestinian issue remaining a core issue.
Wu Sike also met with Dan Meridor, Israeli Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Intelligence and Avigdor Lieberman, Israeli Foreign Minister, during his visit to Israel.
Wu expressed that China appreciated that both Palestine and Israel support negotiation strategy and wished the two nations continue their previous negotiation so as to solve the "two-state" conflict.
"The Chinese side wants to convey a message that we support to solve the Palestine-Israel conflict through negotiations,"said Wu.
As Wu fulfills his trip in Palestine and Israel, he will visit Egypt and France to meet officials from the Arab League and the European Union.
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