The Foreign Minister of China, qin gangaffirmed on Tuesday that he was “deeply concerneddue to the conflict in UkraineIt is “escalating and even getting out of control”.
He stated in a speech on global security that Beijing will look for “work with the international community to promote dialogue and consultation, address the concerns of all parties, and seek common security”.
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Referring to the first anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24, Qin said that China going to “continue promoting peace talks”.
“We urge the countries involved to stop fueling the fire as soon as possible, stop blaming China”, maintained the minister, a response to demonstrations of Washington and Europe that Beijing may be considering sending weapons to Moscow.
on the island of taiwanwhich Beijing considers part of its territory, Qin urged countries to “stop making a fuss shouting ‘today Ukraine, tomorrow Taiwan’”.
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China has said it will present a proposal this week to seek a “political solution” to the crisis in Ukraine.
the chinese diplomat wang yi said at the Munich Security Conference on Saturday that Beijing rejects attacks on nuclear plants, opposes the use of biochemical weapons and is willing to work.”with all parts”.
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