Enter the Dragon: China’s Crucial Role in Winning Syria Peace

The United Nations estimates that the war damage to Syria’s infrastructure amounts to be at least $250 billion. China could be the ideal partner to rebuild the country. Russia and Iran certainly were crucial to President Assad’s forces winning the military war. But now it is China which is becoming crucial to winning the peace.

Astute News

China is stepping up its involvement in Syria, not with its military, but with cash – and lots of it. For Beijing, war-torn Syria is a golden opportunity for reconstruction business. For Damascus, prosperity means peace.

China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi and his Syrian counterpart Walid Muallem have shown through their cordial discussions that Beijing and Damascus are on the same page when it comes to envisaging the rebuilding of Syria through partnership.

Chinese President Xi Jinping also recently backed the Russian-brokered peace talks held in Sochi and Astana. When Russian President Vladimir Putin called for an urgent shift to diplomatic efforts to stabilize Syria and the Middle East region, Beijing appears to have answered that call with ambitious reconstruction plans.

Firms from China are reportedly queuing up to win contracts for rebuilding entire towns and villages, roads, bridges, schools, hospitals, and communication networks devastated by nearly seven years of…

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4 thoughts on “Enter the Dragon: China’s Crucial Role in Winning Syria Peace

  1. I really feel they can, Gloria. All that’s coming out of the US at the moment is hot air and rhetoric. Look how they have turned Trump around on the North Korea summit. The best way to operate foreign policy is to give a party that’s so popular no one wants to stay away.


  2. Wow Gloria, bombshell article. I hope the US does kick NZ out of 5 eyes – my activist friends and I are getting sick of NSA funded spooks following us around and infiltrated our meetings.


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