China's sudden shift hits Putin's regime.  Moscow hopes it will be “temporary”

Chinese exports to Russia fell by about 16 percent in March. Compared to the previous year – Bloomberg reports. The reason is that the country ruled by Vladimir Putin is experiencing increasing difficulties regarding international payments and the growing risk of the Americans imposing sanctions on banks and companies accused of helping the invasion of Russian forces in Ukraine.

Bloomberg also reported that Putin may raise the issue of the need to increase Chinese exports during his talks with Chinese leader Xi Jinping. Their meeting is scheduled to take place next month in the Middle Kingdom. We read: “Russia sees the slowdown as temporary.”

See also: Ukraine is planning attacks on Russia. It indicates what the goal will be

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