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Fidan flirts with BRICS

Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan said on Tuesday his country is interested in joining the BRICS group that includes China and several emerging economies such as Brazil, Russia, Iran and India.

"Certainly, we would like to become a member of BRICS. So we'll see how it goes this year," Fidan said during a visit to Beijing, where he met with his Chinese counterpart, Wang Yi.

FM pledges cooperation with China for Gaza ceasefire

Ankara will continue to collaborate with Beijing to achieve a ceasefire in Gaza, Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan said during his three-day trip to China on June 4.

Fidan's remarks came during a joint press conference with his Chinese counterpart, Wang Yi, in Beijing. The Turkish top diplomat highlighted the alignment of views between Türkiye and China on numerous international issues.

Fidan visits China for bilateral talks

Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan arrived in China for a three-day visit on June 3, following an invitation from his Chinese counterpart, Wang Yi.

Fidan met with a senior Chinese official and delivered a speech on "Türkiye-China Relations in the Changing World Order" on the first day of his visit to Beijing, the Turkish Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

China and Russia Unite for Justice: A Strategic Partnership Against Western Pressure

China's top diplomat emphasized Beijing's commitment to strengthening strategic cooperation with Moscow, asserting that the two nations should align themselves with "honesty and justice." Wang Yi made these remarks during a meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov in Beijing, as reported by AFP.

China to 'strengthen strategic cooperation' with Russia as Lavrov visits

China's top diplomat said on Tuesday that Beijing would strengthen strategic cooperation with Moscow and that the two must stand on the side of "fairness and justice" as he met his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov.

Lavrov arrived in China for a two-day official visit on Monday, with the two countries looking to strengthen diplomatic ties as Russia's war in Ukraine grinds on.

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