Over the last few days, Zhai has traveled to Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Sudan, and now Morocco to meet with various leaders and stakeholders. However, his tour doesn’t seem to have a specific agenda. The readouts from all these meetings are vague and lack any specifics.
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