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Bahrain: The 6th Ministerial Meeting of the China-Arab Cooperation Forum to be Held in Beijing


Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hong Lei announced at the press conference:

Upon agreement of China and the League of Arab States, the 6th ministerial conference of the China-Arab Cooperation Forum will be held in Beijing on June 5. Foreign ministers or representatives from China and Arab states inclunding the Secretary-General of the Arab League will attend the conference.

This year's ministerial conference coincides with the 10th anniversary of the establishment of the China-Arab Cooperation Forum. Attendees will have comprehensive and in-depth discussions on the development of the forum, China-Arab relations, enhancement of practical cooperation between China and Arab states in various fields inclunding international and regional issues of common interest.

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