China ‘walking a fragile path in its dealings with Russia’ or is it?

China is “walking alongside a very delicate path in its dealings with Russia over the Ukraine” wrote one Western commentator on yesterday’s high-profile meeting between President Vladimir Putin and senior Chinese diplomat Wang Yi.
The assertion appears to be a little naïve, and hypocritical and totally ignores the hypocrisy of the present geopolitical situation surrounding the Russia-Ukraine battle.
But put the entire gray areas aside for one moment and contemplate, for those not sitting on the US warmongering right, that it’s somewhat understandable Beijing would attain out to Moscow given the US has threatened to go to struggle with China in the subsequent three years, based on a leaked memo from a US four-star general.
China’s Foreign Minister Qin Gang earlier this week warned that the conflict in Ukraine may spiral uncontrolled if sure nations stored pouring fuel on the fire.
Qin was referring to the US brazenly giving military assistance to the Ukrainian army but additionally warned China to not provide Russia with any navy help. Double standards?
China is subsequent on the US hit list. It has trillions to burn on a defence programme, it wants an enemy to justify that money, and it’s operating out of enemies. After the Russia-Ukraine battle, it’s both Iran or China next. Yet the rabid hysteria continues towards China.
When Wang Yi met Sergei Lavrov the Russian overseas minister stated the 2 were displaying solidarity and defending every other’s interests regardless of “high turbulence on the world stage,” reported the BBC.
Wang mentioned yesterday he was in Moscow to debate the China-Russia comprehensive strategic partnership, which “never targets any third party” and isn’t subject to a 3rd party’s disturbance. Wang said…
“China is able to work with Russia to hold up the good momentum of the new kind of relations between major countries.
“Beijing is also able to work with Moscow on overall planning for high-level exchanges and to renew dialogues and cooperative mechanisms that have been interrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic to push for greater progress of the relations.
Putin noted that Russia-China relations had been advancing toward their set goals and that the two sides were productive in collaboration across various areas and in coordination with multilateral organizations.
Putin emphasised that the bolstered unity and coordination between the 2 nations in international affairs was essential for selling the democratization of worldwide relations, as well as the balance and stability of the international panorama.
Lavrov expressed his country’s eagerness to renew exchanges with Beijing in varied areas that were affected by the pandemic, strengthen coordination on the international stage, and trade staunch assist on issues regarding each other’s core pursuits.
Insider added that Russia was able to work with China to make the evolving international order more open, affordable, and simply, which he regarded as the historical responsibility of both nations, reported China Daily.
Wang co-chaired a meeting under the China-Russia Strategic Security Consultation mechanism on Tuesday. The two sides mentioned the current worldwide strategic situation and agreed to advertise democracy in international relations and a multipolar world.
The two sides also agreed that efforts ought to be made to resolutely champion peace and stability within the Asia-Pacific region. The statement emphasised that each nations rejected introducing the Cold War mentality, bloc-based confrontation, and ideological confrontation.
Observers famous that the lasting coordination between China and Russia, as demonstrated by the conferences, would assist to shore up unity, justice, and stability on the planet amid geopolitical conflicts driven by hegemony and unilateralism.
During their meetings, China and Russia additionally exchanged views on the Ukraine battle. Wang acknowledged that Beijing endorsed Russia’s reaffirming its willingness to settle the problem by way of dialogue and negotiation.
Wang added that China would, as at all times, uphold its goal and simply place and play a constructive function in the political settlement of the disaster. Wang underscored that efforts for peace shouldn’t wane whereas the situation’s complexity grows and that every one events were expected to beat difficulties, further create circumstances for dialogue and negotiations, and search for viable paths toward a political settlement..

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