Russia and China raise prerequisites for ending the Ukraine conflict

Russia and China raise prerequisites for ending the Ukraine conflict 0

(Dan Tri) – Russia and China agree that efforts to resolve the crisis in Ukraine without Moscow’s participation and without taking into account Moscow’s interests are meaningless.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov receives Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi (Photo: Sputnik).

The Russian Foreign Ministry said that after the meeting on September 18, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi emphasized their views on resolving the crisis in Ukraine, saying that all efforts must be

`The two sides discussed in detail the current situation in Ukraine, emphasizing that efforts to resolve the crisis without taking into account Russia’s interests are futile,` the statement said.

In addition to the Ukraine issue, the two diplomats also discussed a series of issues in bilateral relations and international issues.

At the talks, Mr. Lavrov told his Chinese counterpart about the results of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s visit to Russia.

Russia and China raise prerequisites for ending the Ukraine conflict

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi held talks on September 18 in Moscow (Photo: Reuters).

According to China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the two sides agreed to maintain high-level exchanges and bilateral consultations on Asia-Pacific issues, maritime issues and foreign policy.

Mr. Vuong Nghi is on a visit to Russia to discuss security and foreign policies with Russian officials.

The visit took place in the context of the US and its allies worrying about the increasingly close relationship between China and Russia while the conflict in Ukraine shows no signs of cooling down.

Regarding the current conflict in Ukraine, Beijing believes that the situation is becoming increasingly unpredictable and the only way to end this crisis is through diplomacy.

`The evolution of the situation on the battlefield shows that military measures cannot resolve the Ukrainian crisis and that continuing the conflict will only cause more suffering for civilians, and may even lead to difficult situations.`

Mr. Canh Sang raised a 4-point proposal for future peace efforts in Ukraine.

Earlier this year, China released a 12-point peace plan to end the war between Russia and Ukraine.

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