“The consultations, which are still in a preliminary stage, are designed to garner the support of various states, especially the wealthy Group of Seven (G7) countries, to coordinate support for any potential restrictions,” the article said.
It has not yet been specified what kind of restrictive measures can be discussed. But it is known that at this point in the discussions, the parties have not yet managed to reach any agreement.
Earlier, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said Washington would impose sanctions against Beijing if it provides assistance to Moscow during a special operation. According to him, if China decides to help the Russian Federation with weapons, then Beijing’s relations with the United States and other countries will face “serious problems.”