China’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin has condemned the “fake”And “very despicable”There is speculation that Beijing offered Russia to defer its invasion in Ukraine until after 2022 Winter Olympics.
Wang spoke at the daily briefing that Wang gave on Thursday to reporters about the New York Times claim. “is purely fake news, and such behaviors of diverting attention and shifting blame are very despicable.” He reiterated the country’s claim that the US provoked Russia by not ruling out NATO membership for Ukraine.
According to the New York Times, a Western intelligence document stated that senior Chinese officials had told top Russian officials not to invade Ukraine before the Beijing international sporting event was over.
This article asserts that “report indicates that senior Chinese officials had some level of direct knowledge about Russia’s war plans or intentions before the invasion started.”
Russian President Vladimir Putin met with Chinese President Xi Jinping to issue a joint declaration declaring that the Winter Olympics are imminent. “friendship between the two states has no limits,”This is an additional feature “there are no ‘forbidden’ areas of cooperation.”
China was one of 35 nations that abstained from a vote of the UN General Assembly on Wednesday, which saw 141 nations condemn Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, while only five members, including Moscow, rejected the resolution.
“Regrettably, the draft resolution submitted to the General Assembly emergency special session for vote had not undergone full consultations with the whole membership, nor does it take into consideration the history and the complexity of the current crisis,” Wang told reporters, explaining China’s decision to abstain.
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