China Special Envoy Li Hui He insisted emergency ceasefire in Ukraine and the protection of new territories within Russia. He wrote a newspaper on Friday, May 26. The Wall Street Gazette.
According to him, a diplomat sent to Europe to unravel Beijing’s peace plan Ukraine conflictgave a clear message:
“US allies in Europe must defend their autonomy and demand an immediate ceasefire, leaving these areas to Russia. <...>currently occupied.
According to the interlocutors of the publication, Li Hui suggested that Europe see China as an economic alternative to the United States and emphasized the need for swift action to end the Ukrainian conflict and prevent its spread.
In the broadcast, European officials stated that they do not support the freezing of the conflict, telling the representative of the PRC that “it is impossible to separate Europe from America and Europe will not refuse to support Ukraine”.
Meeting with Lavrov
On May 26, Li Hui arrived in Moscow. spent Consultations with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, reports TASS.
The Russian Foreign Minister announced Moscow’s commitment to find a political-diplomatic solution to the Ukraine crisis.
Speaking at Smolenskaya Square, Lavrov expressed his gratitude to Beijing for its stance on the conflict in Ukraine and appreciated the readiness of the PRC to play a role in resolving this issue.
“Both sides expressed their readiness to further strengthen Russian-Chinese foreign policy cooperation, always aimed at maintaining peace and stability in the region and on the planet as a whole,” the message said. area MFA.
Operation in Ukraine
As of March 2022, the RF Armed Forces controlled about 27% of Ukraine’s territory, but by December this figure had dropped to 18%. Thus, Russian troops almost completely left the Kharkov region in September and left Kherson in early November.
At the end of September, four regions – DPR, LPR, Zaporozhye and Kherson regions – became part of the Russian Federation after referendums.
A partial mobilization was carried out in Russia in the autumn, and in October martial law was declared on the territory of the new regions.
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