China veto unlikely on force against Iraq

November 24, 1990|By Robert Benjamin | Robert Benjamin,Beijing Bureau of The Sun

BEIJING -- Yesterday's meeting between the Chinese and Soviet foreign ministers in western China provided another indication that China is not likely to veto a United Nations resolution on the use of force to resolve the gulf crisis, Western diplomats said here last night.

Few details were available here about meeting between Foreign Minister Qian Qichen and Eduard A. Shevardnadze, his Soviet counterpart, in the city of Urumqi near the Soviet border.

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