China advocated negotiations between Moscow and Kyiv without preconditions
The Chinese Foreign Ministry said that Beijing will not “sit idly by” on the conflict in Ukraine. Wang Yi also noted that Beijing is not going to “add fuel to the fire.” China supports the European Union and major European countries in their efforts to achieve peace
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Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi called on the parties to the conflict in Ukraine to resume dialogue and negotiations to resolve the situation without preconditions. He stated this at a meeting of the UN Security Council on the situation in Ukraine.
“Above all, we must adhere to dialogue and negotiations. The main priority for the parties is the resumption of dialogue without preconditions, — said the diplomat. He also called on both sides to discuss feasible options as one of the conditions for ending the conflict.
Wang Yi also met with the head of European diplomacy, Josep Borrell. The report on this meeting is published on the website of the Chinese Foreign Ministry. Wang Yi said that the situation in Ukraine shows an expanding and long-term trend, and the negative side effects are becoming more and more serious, and this does not suit China.
“It is extremely important to cease fire and stop. <…> China will not sit idly by, let alone add fuel to the fire, and will continue to play its part. At the same time, we support the European Union and major European countries in continuing to actively mediate and make every effort to achieve peace,— said Wang Yi.
Following President Vladimir Putin's September 21 address announcing partial mobilization, Beijing also called on the parties to dialogue.
“Calling on all parties for dialogue and consultations to end hostilities and find ways to address the legitimate security concerns of all parties,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said.
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He clarified that China supports all measures to resolve the conflict in Ukraine, calls for respect for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of all countries, upholding the purposes and principles of the UN Charter, and in once again called for a peaceful settlement of the conflict in Ukraine.
After a meeting in New York with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, Wang Yi said that no one can deprive Russia of the important role it plays in the UN. “Although the United Nations is located in the United States, the United Nations itself belongs to all of us. Russia— a permanent member of the Security Council and should continue to play its important role in the UN. No one can deprive Russia of this right,»,— said Wang Yi.
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