US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Sunday that he has proof China plans to send weapons to Russia for war against Ukraine and alerted This could have consequences for bilateral relations.
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“There is really no distinction between private companies and the state in China. So far we have seen that they provide non-lethal support to Russia for use in Ukraine. Looking to provide support. We have.”, said.
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Blinken spoke on CBS’ Face the Nation program at the Munich Security Conference (MSC), which concluded on Sunday. For Fatal Support, he specified, refers to weapons and ammunition, but mainly weapons,
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“We’ve been concerned about this possibility since day one,” the head of US diplomacy said, referring to talks between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin weeks before the invasion began. , “They had a meeting where they talked A union without limits. And we were concerned that amid that lack of borders was Chinese support for Russia in the war.,
In China there is really no distinction between private companies and the state. So far we have seen that they provide non-lethal aid to Russia for use in Ukraine.
In a meeting that Blinken held this Saturday with Wang Yi, director of the Office of the Foreign Affairs Commission of the Communist Party of China (CPC), in the framework of the Munich Conference, the US representative precisely warned his interlocutor against supplies. aid supplies to russia
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He said on “Face the Nation”, “We have made it clear to them that (the distribution of lethal aid) would be a serious problem for us and for our relationship.”
Also this Saturday at the German conference, US Vice President Kamala Harris accused Russia of committing a series of “barbaric and inhumane” acts in Ukraine, which she called crimes against humanity.
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Blinken concluded, “As always, we will evaluate all legal possibilities in terms of prosecuting atrocities committed by Russia in Ukraine,” adding that such acts have occurred “from day one” and will continue.