China's Xi Jinping to go to Moscow for talks with Putin

China says President Xi Jinping will go to Russia from Monday to Wednesday in an apparent current of assist for Russian President Vladimir Putin.

The Kremlin on Friday additionally introduced the go to, saying it is going to happen “on the invitation of Vladimir Putin.”

Xi and Putin will focus on “factors with further development of full partnership and strategic interplay between Russia and China,” as properly as to alternate views “inside the context of deepening Russian-chinese language cooperation inside the worldwide area,” the Kremlin mentioned in a press launch.

China has declared a “no-limits” friendship with Russia and refused to condemn Moscow’s invasion — even whereas declaring that the sovereignty and territorial integrity of all nations be revered.

Beijing has additionally condemned Western sanctions and accused NATO and america of frightening Russia.

Putin invited Xi to go to Russia all through a video convention name the two held in late December. The go to, Putin mentioned, might “display to the whole world the power of the Russian-chinese language ties” and “become the principal political event of the 12 months in bilateral relations.”

China fears battle will spin uncontrolled

In a unusual cellphone dialog collectively with his Ukrainian counterpart Thursday, China’s overseas minister mentioned Beijing is anxious with regard to the 12 months-previous grinding battle with Russia spinning uncontrolled and urged talks on a political decision with Moscow.

Qin Gang informed Dmytro Kuleba that China has “always upheld an purpose and reliable stance on the Ukraine situation, has dedicated itself to promoting peace and advancing negotiations and calls on the worldwide group to create circumstances for peace talks,” China’s overseas Ministry mentioned in a press launch posted on its internet web site.

Kuleba later tweeted that he and Qin “talked about the significance of the precept of territorial integrity.”

“I underscored the significance of (Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s)’s Peace formulation for ending the aggression and restoring simply peace in Ukraine,” wrote Kuleba, who spoke the identical day with U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken.


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