The head of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry reveals behind the scenes of the talks with China.  The Kremlin is angry
  • According to Ukraine’s intelligence services, the Kremlin is “completely angry with China for its stance and lack of support” after Xi’s visit, said a Ukrainian minister.
  • Kuleba explained that Beijing “will not allow Russia to collapse” but “needs a weak Russia to make concessions to China by supplying raw materials”.
  • More such articles can be found on the Onet homepage

Kuleba indicated that the Chinese authorities are still studying whether to become a mediator that would end the war, or to support Russia more forcefully, and whether the time has come for Beijing to play an important role in this conflict.

The Financial Times says so Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky invited Chinese leader Xi Jinping to visit KievBut Beijing has not responded to this request so far.

During a recent visit to Moscow, Xi announced this China has a peace plan for Ukraine and RussiaBut, as the British daily writes, Western countries are skeptical of Beijing’s aspirations to play the role of mediator. However, Kiev is interested in involving the Chinese authorities in the negotiations.

The rest of the text is below the video.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You May Also Like

Former CIA counterintelligence chief: Putin can be overthrown

Olson, a 30-year veteran of the US intelligence services, told The Sun…

China: Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian dismissed. The end of “wolf diplomacy”?

Zhao Lijianwho has been a facet of Chinese diplomacy since 2019, has…

Israel-Hamas war. The Israeli army isolated Gaza City from the rest of the Gaza Strip. A network of tunnels was discovered under hospitals

Agence France-Presse reported that the Israeli army reached the coast and isolated…

Vatican. The Pope’s consultation ended with nearly 200 cardinals. The father welcomes the appeal of the clergy | News from the world

August 29 and 30 Pope With approximately 200 cardinals present in Rome,…