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China FM Wang Visits Damascus, Invites Syria Into BRI, Warns Turkey

China FM Wang Visits Damascus, Invites Syria Into BRI, Warns Turkey
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Syria unconditionally supports China on Taiwan, Xinjiang, HK issues, Assad tells visiting FM Wang Yi

Syria unconditionally supports China on Taiwan, Xinjiang, HK issues, Assad tells visiting FM Wang Yi

Syria supports China unconditionally on the issues related to Taiwan, Xinjiang and Hong Kong, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said at a meeting on Saturday with visiting Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi. Wang voiced China’s opposition toward any attempt to seek regime change in Syria, and welcomed Syria to join the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).

President al-Assad receives Chinese Foreign Minister…New stage for boosting bilateral relations

President al-Assad receives Chinese Foreign Minister…New stage for boosting bilateral relations

Damascus, SANA- President Bashar al-Assad on Saturday received Chinese Foreign Minister, Wang Yi and the accompanying delegation, and discussed historic and distinguished relations binding the two friendly countries. During the meeting, it was agreed to move towards a new stage in strengthening t

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mxanti
mxanti
July 19, 2021

Pathetic bunch of diaper faces.

wootendw
wootendw
Reply to  mxanti
July 19, 2021

Diapers on faces are pretty dumb but you have to understand that Syria has enough problems with the West already. They cannot afford to further aggravate their tormentors.

Clash of Civilizations
Clash of Civilizations
Reply to  wootendw
July 20, 2021

Their tormentors are spent.

Curious Corry
Curious Corry
Reply to  mxanti
July 20, 2021

Michael McFaul, is that you?

Brokenspine66
Brokenspine66
July 19, 2021

The support Syria get from China…let the US+UK Regimes Neocons NATO-Mafia and all their partners in crimes + terrorism…heads explode and they clinch their fists in anger.

Ozymandias
Ozymandias
Reply to  Brokenspine66
July 20, 2021

Agreed..

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
July 20, 2021
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I am very happy that China has come to Syria’s aid. Between Russian and Chinese protection, Syria should finally feel safe. As to Turkey’s ambiguous role, I read in today’s Daily Sabah that Erdogan is making pro-US moves, which may not make him very popular with China and Wang Yi. Here some excerpts: ” while Turkey can claim a bigger role in the future of Afghanistan and thus strengthen its regional power position, the mission can also positively impact Ankara’s ties and cooperation with Washington and its status within the NATO bloc. Turkey, whose forces in Afghanistan have always been comprised… Read more »

Clash of Civilizations
Clash of Civilizations
Reply to  Helga I. Fellay
July 20, 2021

Erdogan’s going to create more instability in Washington policy circles than the rest of the world combined. They, like the EU hates what Erdogan stands for but can’t reject him. They’ll probably explode from internal conflict before long.

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  Clash of Civilizations
July 20, 2021

I couldn’t agree more. That may be both his weakness and his strength at the same time, that he is unreliable and unpredictable, which makes him dangerous and to be feared, whether he has deadly weapons or not.

Kerwas
Kerwas
July 20, 2021

intredasting. hmm wonder what this help will might be. hopefull substantial.

Terence Reeves-Smyth
Terence Reeves-Smyth
July 20, 2021

This podcast ‘China FM Wang visits Damascus Invites Syria into BRI, warns Turkey’ – this podcast refuses to upload for me – looks like U-Tube have slowed it down

Clash of Civilizations
Clash of Civilizations
July 20, 2021

Bold and very interesting move by China.

There you have it, ‘civilized’ checkers, vs. ‘uncivilized’ chess and go.

Curious Corry
Curious Corry
Reply to  Clash of Civilizations
July 20, 2021

You sure you meant checkers and not tic-tac-toe?

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  Clash of Civilizations
July 20, 2021

But I don’t find it surprising. The US threatens, destroys, exploits nations, and China sweeps up the mess and offers help and alliance, and growth in strength to become mightier and mightier. Excellent strategy, and not surprising. If they had any brains in DC, they would have figured this out years ago.

Mis Dos Centavos
Mis Dos Centavos
Reply to  Helga I. Fellay
July 20, 2021

The US likes to think it intervenes to do the exact opposite in the M.E. (and elsewhere) but is so biased towards alleged Israeli interests and frankly incompetent in most endeavors that chances are it’d do better for the region including Israel and for itself by just staying home. The US far too often exacerbates and exploits societal divisions to its perceived advantage that it simply doesn’t deserve the roll its convinced itself that it has in the world. Whether any one nation deserves that role and in what manner is an open question, but the US clearly has failed… Read more »

rc123
rc123
July 20, 2021

Long but a good de-briefing. The signal has indeed been sent. I look forward to traveling the Old Silk Road on hyper fast Chinese trains before I leave this planet — via Tibet ideally. The next 10-20 years is going to see a new ‘post-English’ world emerging beyond the direct reach of the ‘sea-peoples’. The only sub-text not mentioned here, in my opinion, is the Israeli vector. Let’s hope Syria assigns the Golan Heights to China on a 99-year development lease as ‘payment’ and the ‘Jews’ of Asia (China) impose their Middle Kingdom exceptionalism on the Ashkenazi cultural ‘Jews’ from… Read more »

Kudos
Kudos
Reply to  rc123
July 20, 2021

It’s long because Alexander uses such precise language in a very metered, methodical manner to formulate his arguments. I’ve really come to appreciate his style. And his analysis is always top notch. I’ve gotten to the point where I can sometimes guess the words he’ll use before he uses them. I guess I’d have to call myself a groupie. Go figure.

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  Kudos
July 20, 2021

and he is choosing his words very carefully, of course. I have also learned a lot from Alexander. Except when it comes to the US, he seems to be a fan (some others might call him an apologist), which is more than the US deserves. Far more. (believe me, I live here and have a front row seat).

Dwight Clark
Dwight Clark
July 20, 2021

China genes aren’t that of aggression, but of peace and World friendly. Someone threatened to Nuke Japan if they got too involved in that Island Nation that’s in Mainlands affluence, touchy, I’m your father Luke, embrace The Darkside, This country a.i. got to you? Get behind The Great Wall and hide unless you turn into one of those monsters on the other side! Look at you, did your vassel lend Babi to you to Realize Supernatural Aggression? Saul killed his hundreds, David his thousands, I dropped a million from rolling a stone. David after slaying so many could then write… Read more »

Boz From Oz
Boz From Oz
July 20, 2021

When one looks back at all the wars and terror the U.S has started in the world, you could effectively classify the U.S as a terror organisation of the highest order.
The destruction of Syria is one of their finest crimes, had Russia not blocked them, there would have been murder of Syrian civilians on a massive scale.

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Sunnbike
Sunnbike
July 20, 2021
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Congratulations on another excellent analysis marred only by the gratuitous reference to Global Times as a “mouthpiece” which is a perfectly legitimate publication of the CPC that openly and clearly reflects its opinion. In other words, “it does what it says on the tin”, in stark contrast to the appalling standards routinely practiced by western media. It is a surprising and unfortunate slip in your usual high standards.

Smoking Eagle
Smoking Eagle
July 21, 2021

Cooperation for mutual benefit with a substantial helping of trust thrown in. The US and its big stick approach could certainly learn something from this, but it would have to first face an almost insurmountable obstacle: the lack of global trust in the US.

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