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China presented a plan to end the war between Russia and Ukraine

The Chinese Foreign Ministry presented a plan to resolve the war between Russia and Ukraine. The document contains 12 points that Beijing says will contribute to an end to hostilities.

In particular, China encourages respect the sovereignty of all countries, in accordance with international law and the principles of the Charter of the United Nations. Beijing insists on guaranteeing the sovereignty and territorial integrity of all countries.

The PRC speaks of the need to abandon the Cold War mentality, calls for taking the security of each country seriously and not allowing the formation of camp clashes.

At the same time, China demands the reduction of military conflicts, the opening of peace negotiations and the elimination of the humanitarian crisis.

The Chinese plan also includes elements on the need to ensure food safety and the stability of production and supply chains, as well as the need to protect nuclear power plants.

Beijing is also calling again for an end to unilateral sanctions.

The fact that China will present a plan for a peaceful settlement of the conflict between Moscow and Kiev became known last week. Wang Yi, head of the Chinese Communist Party’s Foreign Policy Commission, announced this at the Munich Security Conference and, on the sidelines of the conference, he met with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba. After the Munich event, Wang Yi traveled to Moscow and met with Russian President Vladimir Putin there.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said he was aware of the PRC’s plan, but did not know the details. Zelensky positively assessed China’s interest in Ukraine and said Kiev had sent Beijing a meeting request.

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