China and Tunisia emphasized Tuesday the importance of putting an end to Israel’s three-month-long assault in Gaza.
This occurred at a meeting between Tunisian Foreign Minister Nabil Ammar and his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi, who is in Tunis for an official visit.
According to a Tunisian Foreign Ministry statement, Ammar stated that the two countries share “convergence of views” on matters of shared concern and developments at the international and regional levels, particularly the Palestinian struggle.
He made it clear “Tunisia’s firm position is in support of restoring full legitimate Palestinian rights,” according to the statement.
Since a cross-border raid by the Palestinian group Hamas on Oct. 7, Israel has bombarded the Gaza Strip, killing at least 24,285 Palestinians, predominantly women and children.