BEIJING (AFP) - China's special envoy to the Middle East called Monday for an immediate end to all military action in Gaza and the easing of the ongoing humanitarian crisis there, state press said. In remarks made to Arab League secretary general Amr Moussa in Cairo, Sun Bigan urged all parties to abide by UN Security Council resolutions on ending the conflict, Xinhua news agency said. "We call on all parties concerned to abide by the UN Security Council Resolution 1860 and cease all military actions immediately to avert more casualties," Xinhua quoted Sun as saying. "Measures should be taken to ease the humanitarian crisis in Gaza. A stable channel for supply of humanitarian aid for Gaza should be open at the earliest time possible." Following talks in Egypt, Sun will head to Israel and the Palestinian territories to call for an end to hostilities, China's foreign ministry said over the weekend. Sun called on the two sides to begin negotiations on establishing a ceasefire monitoring mechanism and urged the immediate resumption of Palestine-Israel peace talks, the report said. "The international community should increase mediating efforts for peace and promote a comprehensive, just and durable settlement of the Middle East issue," Sun said. Meanwhile, a former US national security adviser said Monday that China should do more to help solve the conflict between the Israelis and Palestinians. China is needed as a participant in various issues ranging from the dialogue with Iran to the conflict in the Middle East to global climate change, Zbigniew Brzezinski said at a conference in Beijing. "China should become actively involved in helping to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, which increasingly poses a risk of a radicalised and dangerously instable Middle East," said Brzezinski, who served under former president Jimmy Carter from 1977 to 1981.