China calls for ceasefire and peace talks, urges end to Russian aggression against Ukraine
- China’s foreign ministry said Thursday that ‘conflict and war are in no one’s interest’
- The call for peace talks was made on the eve of the first anniversary of the Ukrainian war
China Called for an end to Russia’s aggression in Ukraine, as Russia’s foreign ministry called for a ceasefire and peace talks on Thursday.
The communist state said it wanted to prevent the crisis from spiraling out of control, pointing to dialogue and negotiations as the only viable way to resolve the dispute, China’s foreign ministry said Friday. said in writing.
China has called for a comprehensive ceasefire in the fighting as it marks the one-year anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, pushing for a gradual de-escalation and de-escalation of the situation.
“Conflicts and wars serve no one’s interests. All parties should remain rational, exercise restraint, avoid fanning the flames or exacerbating tensions, and avoid making crises worse or in hand. We must prevent ourselves from becoming overwhelmed.
Russian President Vladimir Putin After setting goals for the invasion’s second year and delivering a series of speeches leading up to the anniversary, he announced plans to deploy a new Sarmat multi-warhead ICBM this year.
“Nuclear weapons must not be used and nuclear war cannot be fought,” the statement said. “We oppose the development or use of biological or chemical weapons by any country under any circumstances.”
The Russian tyrant smiled as he shook hands with Wang Yi during an impromptu meeting inside the Kremlin today, proudly demonstrating that he is deepening ties with China amid a barbaric invasion of Ukraine.
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