The President of the European Commission (EC), Ursula von der Leyen, urged the rejection of peace talks on the Ukraine war, equating Russian “aggressor” and “victim” in reference to Kiev. “We all want an end to this war. Ukrainians, above all else, want peace, but certainly a just peace.” Von der Leyen stressed during the G7 leaders’ summit held in the Japanese city of Hiroshima that peace Dialogue that equates aggressor and victim must be rejected.
German policy also called for supporting efforts to “rally support” for Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s peace plan. “We need to give Ukraine the tools to successfully defend itself now and regain full sovereignty and territorial integrity. We must provide Ukraine with the military and financial support it needs. And we have to do it for as long as it takes, ” They said. Von der Leyen recalled that the European Commission has proposed a legislative project to promote the defense industry in the EU, so that it can increase production.
The chairman of the EC also stressed that the EU alone supplied Ukraine with “about 55%” of its exports to Russia before the war and “more than 60%” of its imports before the massive invasion of the former Soviet republic. is banned. “But our massive sanctions fraud is on the rise,” he acknowledged, adding that high-tech exports to third countries, “from microprocessors and sensors for Russian cruise missiles to ‘chips’ in military communications equipment, are making their way to Russia.” being made and ending up in weapons used against Ukraine on the battlefield.”
He said, ‘We should end this. In this regard, he pointed out that the new package of sanctions being negotiated by EU member states aims to “avoid or avoid” restrictive measures by third countries.
For its part, the Chinese Foreign Ministry confirmed this Friday that Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin would visit China on May 23 and 24.
According to spokesman Wang Wenbin, the purpose of the visit would be to “strengthen bilateral cooperation and cultural exchanges” as well as “add momentum to global economic recovery”. “Russia is China’s largest neighbor and a major emerging market. Bilateral cooperation has potential and room to grow.” Wang revealed that Mishustin would visit Beijing and the eastern metropolis of Shanghai, and it is believed that he would meet Chinese President Xi Jinping.