Foreign media reports that Chinese President Xi Jinping plans to visit Russia next week and meet with the PresidentPutinand plan to work together laterukrainePresidentZelenskyAlso the first phone call or meeting since the Russo-Ukrainian war. In response, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin responded on the 14th, saying, “At present, I have no information to release.” However, he also said that China and Russia maintain close communication at all levels, and that China’s position on the Ukraine crisis is consistent and consistent. Clearly, “China maintains communication with all parties.”
The outside world is concerned about whether Xi Jinping had a phone call or a meeting with Zelensky after the Xi-P meeting, and what role China can play in resolving the Ukraine crisis peacefully? Wang Wenbin replied at a regular press conference on the 14th, “I would like to answer questions at three levels.”
First, China and Russia maintain close communication at all levels, he said, adding, “I currently have no information to release regarding the matter (the meeting with Putin) you mentioned.”
Wang Wenbin further said that China’s position on the Ukraine crisis is consistent and clear, and China maintains communication with all parties. Third, in looking at and dealing with international and regional hotspot issues, China has always adhered to the foreign policy objective of maintaining world peace and promoting common development. Same goes for the question.
He reiterated that not long ago, China released the document “China’s Position on the Political Solution to the Ukraine Crisis”, which put forward 12 proposals, including respecting the sovereignty of all countries, abandoning the Cold War mentality, ceasefire and ending hostilities. They went. Starting peace talks, and stopping unilateral sanctions and talking. Based on this, China is ready to work with the international community to play a constructive role in the political settlement of the Ukrainian crisis.