September 27, 2022

China does not want a third world war and is waiting for a peaceful settlement of conflicts

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China does not want a third world war and supports the settlement of the conflict in Ukraine through diplomacy. This was stated on April 26 at a briefing by Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin.

“No one wants to see a third world war, <…> it is necessary to support the process of advancing peace negotiations [between Russia and Ukraine],” he stressed.

He noted that the protracted nature of the Ukrainian crisis should not be allowed, it is necessary to prevent negative consequences, as a result of which the Ukrainian conflict could affect not only Europe, but the whole world.

“We hope that all parties concerned will show composure and prevent escalation,” said a spokesman for the Chinese Foreign Ministry.

A day earlier, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, on Channel One, expressed hope that Western countries are considering Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s provocations, “which almost demand the introduction of NATO troops to protect the Ukrainian authorities,” in line with their own constant assurances that the start of a third world war. He noted that at the same time, Western countries continue to pump weapons to Kyiv in order to “force the Ukrainians to fight with Russia to the last soldier, if only this conflict dragged on longer,” so that Russia would suffer from it more and more.

On April 15, the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, said that the Russian Federation had sent a note to all countries, including the United States, because of the supply of weapons to Ukraine. On the same day, the Investigative Committee of Russia announced that it had received data on the supply of weapons to Ukraine from 25 states, 21 of which are NATO countries.

The Russian Federation continues a special operation to protect the Donbass, the beginning of which Russian President Vladimir Putin announced on February 24. Moscow explained that the tasks of the special operation included the demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine. The decision was made against the background of the aggravation of the situation in the DPR and LPR as a result of shelling by the Ukrainian military.

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