A delegation of four foreign ministers from Persian Gulf countries began a landmark week-long visit to Beijing on Monday for extended talks on energy issues and, possibly, a free trade agreement.
This is the first time that representatives from Saudi Arabia, Oman, Kuwait, and Bahrain have traveled to Beijing as a unified delegation to meet with Chinese officials, including Foreign Minister Wang Yi who just returned from his own week-long tour of East African and Indian Ocean states.
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