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China refused to “lie down” amid the conflict in Ukraine

Date: October 2, 2022 Time: 18:25:14

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said that Beijing’s refusal to act idle amid the conflict in Ukraine

China refuses to sit idly by in the conflict in Ukraine, but it has no intention of helping to escalate it either. Such a statement was made by Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi at a UN Security Council meeting in New York, a Lenta.ru correspondent reports.

China will not sit idly by and add fuel to the fire, we will continue to play our role in our own way.

wang yi Minister for Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China

The Chinese diplomat noted that the negative impact of the conflict is becoming more serious and called a peaceful settlement a top priority. He also supported the efforts of the European Union and leading European countries to establish a dialogue between Russia and Ukraine in the context of the crisis.

At the same time, we support the European Union and leading European countries to continue active mediation and do their best to achieve peace.

wang yi Minister for Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China

The day before, Wang Yi called for the resumption of direct talks between Moscow and Kyiv without preconditions. He added that the crisis around Ukraine is inextricably linked to everything that happens in the world, and “the more difficult the situation, the more important it is to find ways to cooperate.”

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According to the Serbian leader, the situation could escalate from a special military operation phase to a major military confrontation, “which we have not had since World War II.”

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Despite Western concerns about cooperation between the two powers, Russia and China do not aim to rule the world, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.

He also drew attention to the fact that Moscow and Beijing have a similar attitude towards provocative actions, “the source of which is the United States of America.” According to him, Russia and China are unanimous in assessing “the inadmissibility of such destabilizing behavior.”

Realizing their bilateral relations, only Russia and China do not claim to lead the whole world. We know that other countries have this tendency

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On September 15, Russian President Vladimir Putin met with Chinese President Xi Jinping on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit.

The leaders discussed the Ukraine crisis and the situation in Taiwan. Putin pointed out that Moscow condemns the provocations of the United States and the satellites in the Taiwan Strait. The Russian president also appreciated Beijing’s balanced position on the Ukraine crisis. In turn, Xi Jinping emphasized China’s willingness to work with Russia and provide support in the key interests of the two states.

In the face of the colossal changes of our time on a global scale, unprecedented in the history of our time, we stand ready, together with our Russian colleagues, to set an example of a responsible world power and play a leading role in bringing such a world that it quickly shifts to a path of sustainable and positive development.

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On September 11, it was reported that Xi Jinping would leave China for the first time in more than two years and travel to Central Asia, where he would meet with Vladimir Putin. This trip will be the first since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. The meeting of world leaders is scheduled on the sidelines of the SCO summit in Uzbekistan, to be held on September 15-16.

Source: lenta.ru

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