You mean Chinas #1 supplier of energy?? That Saudi Arabia??Saudis officially call for establishing a repressive democratic regime in Syria
Publication time: 14 June 2013, 00:24
On the photo: Foreign minister Saud al-Faisal and the Christian head of the Syrian pro-Western "national coalition", George Sabra
The Saudis granted the Christian-democratic liberal "Syria's national opposition coalition" the right to process applications by Syrian Muslims wishing to perform the Hajj to Mecca this fall, writes UmmaNews.
SURE, SAUDI ARABIA AND WASHINGTO3N D.C. HAVE THE SAME IDEAS ABOUT DEMOCRACY.
Deng why do you
Chinese support the Saudis more than any other country on the planet
RIYADH Li Wei, a Chinese diplomat in Riyadh, had only just seen off a Chinese Ministry of Commerce delegation to Saudi Arabia this month when he started preparing for another governmental visit in two weeks.
Every month we have delegations coming to Saudi Arabia, said Mr. Li, who works in the Chinese Embassys commercial section in the Saudi capital.We are too busy.
China, one of the worlds largest oil consumers, and Saudi Arabia, holder of about a fifth of global crude reserves, are forging closer ties as the Gulf kingdom responds to a Chinese drive to supply its rising energy needs.