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

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Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Beijing has refused to act passively during the conflict in Ukraine.

China refuses to sit idly by in the conflict in Ukraine, but has no intention of helping to escalate it. This statement was made by Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi at the meeting of the United Nations Security Council in New York,’s correspondent said.

China will not sit back and add fuel to the fire, we will continue to play our part in our own way.

Wang Yi Minister of 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 a peaceful solution is the top priority. He also supported efforts by the European Union and leading European countries to establish dialogue between Russia and Ukraine regarding 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 of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China

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

West against Russia and China

On September 21, the Serbian president, Aleksandar Vukic, on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly, allowed the deterioration of relations between the West and Russia and China and the expansion of armed conflict around the world.

According to the Serbian leader, the situation could escalate from a special military operation phase to a major military conflict, “which we haven’t had since World War II.”

For all of us who want to be safe and ensure the safety of citizens, there is no good and easy news for us and I hope that there is another complication in the relations between the West and Russia in the coming time. Also between the West and China

Alexander Vucci President of Serbia

Kremlin position

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

He also pointed out that Moscow and Beijing have similar attitudes towards provocative actions, “whose source is the United States of America.” According to him, Russia and China are unanimous in assessing “the inappropriateness of such destabilizing behavior”.

Realizing their bilateral relations, Russia and China are not the only ones claiming to lead the entire world. We know this is the trend in other countries

Dmitry PeskovPress Secretary of the President of Russia

Meeting between Putin and Xi Jinping

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

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

Faced with the enormous changes of our time on the global stage, unprecedented in the history of our time, we, together with our Russian colleagues, stand ready to set an example of a responsible world power and play a leading role in making it happen. A world that it quickly turns to a path of sustainable and positive development.

Xi Jinping President of the People’s Republic of China

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

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