The Chinese president said the restrictive measures would add to the already existing economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
247 – Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday held a video conference with French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, during which they shared their views on the conflict between Russia and the West.
According to the Asian country’s foreign ministry, the Chinese leader highlighted the need to promote Moscow and Kyiv to “maintain the momentum of the talks, address the difficulties and continue the dialogue to achieve results and peace”, while Called for “highest restraint to prevent escalation”. ,
Xi also reaffirmed his opposition to sanctions adopted by the West against Russia in response to its military operation in Ukraine. According to the Chinese president, these measures “will have an impact on the stability of global financial, energy, transport and supply chains”. In doing so, “they will drag down the world economy, which is heavily burdened by the pandemic, and will be detrimental to all parties”, he warned.
With regard to relations between Moscow and the West, the Chinese president called for “actively defending a common, comprehensive, cooperative and sustainable concept of security” as well as “an equal partnership between Europe, Russia, the United States and NATO”. called for dialogue”. ,
He stressed, “China supports France and Germany in advancing Europe’s own interests, considering Europe’s enduring security, adhering to strategic independence, and promoting the creation of a balanced, effective and sustainable European security framework.” Is.” She.
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