Sino-Arab relations

China-Arab relations (simplified Chinese: 中华人民共和国与阿拉伯世界之间的关系; traditional Chinese: 中華人民共和國與阿拉伯世界之間的關係; pinyin: Zhōnghuá rénmín gònghéguó yǔ ālābó shìjiè zhī jiān de guānxì, Arabic: العلاقات بين جمهورية الصين الشعبية والعالم العربي, romanized: alealaqat bayn jumhuriat alsiyn alshaebiat walealam alearabii), have extended historically back to the first Caliphate, with important trade routes, and good diplomatic relations. Since the establishment of the People's Republic of China (PRC), modern Sino-Arab relations have gotten significantly closer, with the China–Arab States Cooperation Forum (CASCF) helping the People's Republic of China and the Arab nations to establish a new partnership in an era of the growing globalization. As a result, close economic, political and military relations between the two sides have been maintained.[1][2][3] From 2018, the relations became significantly warmer, with the PRC and the Arab countries exchanging state visits, establishing cooperation mechanism and providing support to each other.[4][5][6]

China-Arab relations

Arab League

Taiwanese-Arab relations

Arab League


Since 1990, no Arab country has official diplomatic relations with the Republic of China (ROC), although it is diplomatically represented in some nations via Taipei Economic and Cultural Offices.