September 28, 2022

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Ukraine war: Is China helping Russia? EU “has the most reliable sources”

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US President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping spoke on the phone about the war in Ukraine. Meanwhile, the European Union is raising serious allegations against Beijing.

WASHINGTON, DC – US President Joe Biden has warned the People’s Republic of China not to support Russia in the Ukraine war. The announcement was made by the White House after a two-hour phone call between Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping. To Beijing* It said that the decision to support Vladimir Putin in his war of aggression against Ukraine would have serious “consequences” for the People’s Republic.

However, President Joe Biden opened up about the tangible consequences. He noted the massive sanctions imposed on Russia by the United States and its allies over the war in Ukraine. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. According to Chinese state-run CCTV, he only said that “interstate relations should not lead to hostility”: “Peace and security are the most valuable treasures of the international community.”

Military parade in China. (Archive) According to the European Union, there is evidence that Beijing wants to extend military support to Russia in the Ukraine war.

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Ukraine war: Pressure on China is increasing due to its proximity to Russia

Pressure is mounting on China to distance itself more clearly from Moscow and Russia in the Ukraine war. NATO, the United States and the European Union (EU) have repeatedly warned those in power in Beijing. The European Union is now making serious new allegations against China. EU leaders have “very credible evidence” that China is already considering providing military assistance to Russia. “We are well aware of what is happening,” a senior EU official told PTI. The Financial Times also reports on allegations and reports from EU leadership circles. “We are very concerned about China’s flirting with Russia,” an EU official told Politico.

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Three weeks after the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Beijing is not yet ready to openly criticize the Kremlin. The word “war” is banned from state-controlled reporting. But according to reports from ARDReporters *, the leadership in Beijing will now allow more criticism of Russia and Vladimir Putin, at least on social media. In official statements, the government around President Xi Jinping continues to say that the alliance between the two countries is “rock-solid” (although Daniel Tillman aff), although Russia will not provide arms. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA

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