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China called on Europe to support the plan to resolve the conflict in Ukraine

China called on Europe to support the plan to resolve the conflict in Ukraine

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The chief diplomat of China, the head of the office of the foreign affairs commission of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party, Wang Yi, called on European countries to support the Chinese plan to resolve the conflict in Ukraine. It is reported by RBC.

Wang Yi held telephone conversations with French presidential adviser Emmanuel Bonn, which discussed the visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping to Russia and his meeting with President Vladimir Putin.

“The joint statement of the heads of the two states provided an important clarification on the Ukrainian issue, sent the voice of peace to the international community, demonstrated the desire for dialogue, in line with the common will of most countries, and clarified the right direction for a political solution to the crisis. China expects France and other European countries to also play a role in this regard.

It notes that both the Chinese and French sides are ready to work together to “find a peaceful solution” to the conflict in Ukraine.

Xi Jinping arrived in Russia on March 20. Together with Putin, they held a meeting behind closed doors that lasted four and a half hours. On March 21, the leaders held three-hour talks, after which they gave a joint press conference. Putin and Xi signed two joint documents concerning the development of partnership between states.

Presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov clarified that Putin and Xi Jinping did not discuss the Ukrainian peace plan proposed by President Volodymyr Zelensky. Kyiv insists on respect for the UN Charter, the restoration of territorial integrity, the withdrawal of Russian troops from the territory of the country, etc.

China’s peace plan consists of 12 points. It provides, in particular, respect for the territorial integrity and sovereignty of all countries, the cessation of hostilities and the lifting of sanctions. Putin said that many of the points were in tune with Russia’s demands and could form the basis of a future peace plan. The Russian leadership rejects Zelensky’s proposals, and the Ukrainian authorities did not see a “peace plan” in China’s proposals.

Source: Rosbalt

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