In recent years, China and Russia have rapidly changed their foreign policies to counter US domination of the international economic and political system. Both have faced sanctions over their internal policies.
Meeting between Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin. (Photo: AFP)
Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin held a virtual meeting on Wednesday. This information has been given by China Central Television (CCTV). Putin has met Jinping at a time when tensions are going on between Russia and America. Russian President Vladimir Putin reminded his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping that Russia-Beijing relations are an example of how relations between the two countries should develop in the twenty-first century.
“I am delighted to have the opportunity to be in direct communication with you,” Putin said during the online meeting. This allows us to fully discuss about the development of Russian-Chinese relations, comprehensive partnership and strategic dialogue. I consider these relations to be the real model of cooperation between two countries in the 21st century.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said he looked forward to the next meeting with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping during the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics in February 2022 in Beijing. During the online meeting, Putin said, ‘Dear friend Xi Jinping, I hope that next February we will finally be able to meet in person in Beijing. As we agreed. We will talk to you and then we will attend the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympic Games.
Russia strongly supports China: Xi Jinping
Xi said that the Russian president strongly supported China’s efforts to protect key national interests and strongly opposed efforts by those who create rifts between our countries. In recent years, China and Russia have rapidly changed their foreign policies to counter US domination of the international economic and political system. Both have faced sanctions over their internal policies.
Let us tell you, due to the increasing presence of Russian forces on the border of Ukraine, the tension between America and Russia has increased. Meanwhile, US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin have also held talks through video calls. Earlier, talks between the two leaders were held in July. At the time, Biden pressured Putin to rein in Russian criminal hacking gangs that carried out ransomware attacks against the United States.
Russia has been pressuring that the US guarantee Ukraine not to join NATO, but NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said last week that if other countries or coalitions want to expand, Russia will have nothing to do with it. – Should not be given. According to a Badin administration official, US intelligence agencies have discovered that Russia has deployed some 70,000 troops along the border with Ukraine and is planning a possible attack early next year.
‘The estimated number of Russian troops near Ukraine and Crimea is 94,300’
US officials and former US diplomats say that while Russia’s president is preparing for a possible attack, Ukraine’s military is more armed and prepared than ever before, and sanctions by Western countries will seriously damage Russia’s economy. Will arrive. Ukrainian officials say Russia may launch an attack next month. Ukraine’s Defense Minister Oleksey Reznikov said the estimated number of Russian troops near Ukraine and Crimea was 94,300 and warned that war could erupt in January.
If Russia invades Ukraine, the Biden administration has several options to fulfill its resolve to inflict financial damage on Russia, from imposing sanctions targeting Putin’s allies to the financial system that circulates money around the world. cutting off Russia. The US and its European allies have not announced any military action in the event of a Russian attack on Ukraine, but they could do financial harm to it.
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