RAMALLAH, Dec. 5 (Xinhua) -- A delegation from Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah movement ended a one-week visit to China to boost cooperation, a member of the delegation said Saturday.
The delegation included six members from the newly-elected Fatah Central Committee and the Revolutionary Council and a group of younger members.
Following Fatah's general conference in August, "the movement decided to draw Palestinian strategic plans on international level and China is the great, the most important and the first country to be visited in this regard," said Abbas Zaki.
"China is a message for peace, living and development in the world," Zaki added.
Zaki said the delegation held "positive and fruitful discussion" with Chinese officials and briefed the Chinese leadership on the latest development in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as well as the stalled peace talks in the Middle East.
During the visit, the two sides reached an agreement "to intensify training for Palestinians in diplomacy and higher education," Zaki said.