China: the Ukrainian crisis has put European security at a crossroads

In light of the continuing escalation of tension between its ally Russia and Western countries, especially Europeans, against the backdrop of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict, China has put in guard over the gravity of the current situation.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said on Monday that the Ukrainian crisis has put European security at a crossroads.

To the negotiations!

He also expressed, through his Twitter account, his country’s welcome to all international efforts to promote pace.

In addition, he urged “the parties involved in this conflict to support Russia and Ukraine in achieving the pace through negotiations “.

He stressed that “the security of Europe must remain in the hands of the Europeans themselves”, perhaps referring to the involvement of the United States in the escalation of the dispute between Moscow and the countries of the European Union.

Interestingly, China’s positions were cautious at the start of the Russian military operation in Ukraine, but in he later defended Moscow’s position, considering that the West provoked it and did not take its concerns seriously.

However, Beijing has chosen not to take a strong stand on the Russian side against Europe and America, as this could harm its commercial interests.

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