China’s ruling Communist Party will hold a key meeting of its top leaders from Oct. 26-29, state news agency Xinhua said on Monday.
Formally called a plenum, the normally annual meeting gathers together the party’s roughly 370-person Central Committee, the largest of its top decision-making bodies, to discuss important policy decisions.
Our overall aim at the moment is to bring an agreement on what we call a joint declaration which is a national ceasefire to end the war in Yemen. And accompanied by various measures to open up the ports and airports and roads so that people can start to live a little,” he added.
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