Russia and China agree over ‘new reality’ – Kremlin — Analysis

The so-called ‘Golden billion’ can’t dictate terms to other country’s anymore, Dmitry Peskov says

Russia and China both agree that unipolarity is impossible. “new reality”Dmitry Peskov, spokesperson for the Kremlin, has confirmed that it is on its way.

“We believe – in unison with our Chinese comrades – that the existence of a unipolar world is impossible,” PJournalists were told Tuesday by eskov.

Moscow and Beijing agree that it’s “an impossible situation”When “the so-called ‘Golden billion’ is claiming the right to invent rules in economy, in politics and the right to impose it’s will on other countries,”He noted.

In the Russian-speaking world the term ‘Golden billion’ often refers to the wealthy populations of the US, EU and other Western nations.

It has been a while since the foundations of the unipolar system were laid. “seriously creak and wobble. A new reality is emerging,”The Kremlin spokesperson pointed this out.

Peskov agreed with Russian President Vladimir Putin’s words in late August. “the obsolete unipolar model is being superseded by a new world order based on the fundamental principles of justice, equality, and the recognition of the right of each nation and state to its sovereign path of development.”

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The Russian leader said that “strong political and economic centers acting as a driving force of this irreversible process are being shaped in the Asia Pacific region.”

Putin and Xi Jinping, his Chinese counterpart, are scheduled to meet later in the week at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization summit (SCO), which is taking place in Uzbekistan. It’s going to be Xi’s first trip outside China since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Karine Jean Pierre, White House spokesperson, reminded us that we have been negotiating with the US for many years. “made clear our concerns about the depth of China’s alignment and ties with Russia, even as Russia prosecutes a war of aggression in Ukraine.”

In June Putin and Xi described the relations between Russia, China and each other as “attractive”. “an unprecedentedly high level and are constantly improving,”The Kremlin.

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Beijing refused to accept the sanctions placed on Moscow for its actions in Ukraine. They instead increased cooperation and trade with Russia, which became China’s largest oil supplier.



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