Xi Jinping Role in Russia-Ukraine War: First meeting Putin, then talking to Zelensky, will Jinping agree only after ending the war?
According to The Wall Street Journal, Chinese President Xi Jinping will hold talks with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky after his trip to Moscow next week to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin.
One year has passed since the fierce war between Russia and Ukraine. On February 24 last year, Russia started a fierce attack on Ukraine, while America is attacking Russia as well as China these days. Now Chinese President Xi Jinping is planning to travel to Russia to meet his counterpart Vladimir Putin. According to The Wall Street Journal, Chinese President Xi Jinping will hold talks with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky after his trip to Moscow next week to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin. This will be the first time since the start of the Russia-Ukraine war that the Chinese will hold talks with President Zelensky. Earlier in March, the Pentagon’s press secretary, Brigadier General Pat Ryder, said, “There are indications that China is considering providing lethal aid to Russia in the war against Ukraine.
Ryder said that if China provided aid, lethal aid, to Russia it would significantly or have the potential to significantly expand this conflict and again serve Russia’s objective of eliminating Ukraine as a country. supports. As the war between Russia and Ukraine entered its second year, China called for a ceasefire between the two countries and issued a 12-point proposal to end the conflict.
China’s ‘peace plan’
Chinese Foreign Minister Jin Gang said that his country wants to play a role in ending the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. Russia has strong political support from China in its attack on Ukraine. Addressing a security conference in Beijing, Gang said China was concerned that the war, which has been going on for almost a year, could escalate and get out of control. He said that China will continue to appeal for peace talks and would like to take advantage of China’s wisdom to find a political solution. On the completion of one year of the Russia-Ukraine war, China will issue a ‘peace plan’. For this, he is also in talks with France, Germany and Britain.