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February 2022 - The Mediterranean Region looks at China
www.chinamed.it/observer/febraury-2022

GCC-China Free Trade Agreement. , which had witnessed several setbacks since the negotiations started in 2004. [4].

September 2020 - The Mediterranean Region looks at China
www.chinamed.it/observer/september-2020-2021

Among the most valuable ones, we found commentaries published in Iran that further shed light on the local perception of the much-discussed new cooperation agreement between Beijing and Tehran.

July 2020 - The Mediterranean Region looks at China
www.chinamed.it/observer/july-2020-2021

Diplomasi-e Irani. interviewed Mohsen Ruhi-Sefat, a former diplomat with experience in various Southeast Asian countries, about the 25-year agreement with China. [1].

August 2020 - The Mediterranean Region looks at China
www.chinamed.it/observer/august-2020-2021

In particular, terrible news come from Iraq pertaining to the future of the so-called “oil-for-reconstruction” deal between China and Iraq. This month we also cover interesting news in Israel, Iran, Lebanon, France, Oman, and Italy. The newspaper.

May 2022 - The Mediterranean Region looks at China
www.chinamed.it/observer/may-2022-2023

In neighboring Iraq, there continue to be some tensions regarding the. Iraq-China Framework Agreement on Cooperation.

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China looks at the Mediterranean Region. In early January, China hosted the foreign ministers of six Middle Eastern countries – Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, Bahrain, Iran, and Turkey – and the secretary general of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).

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