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We learned how China will help Russia in the NWO

US media shared information about China’s aid to Russia, according to TELMENEWS.RU news agency

China plans to supply Russia with artillery, drones and ammunition, sources close to US intelligence told CNN and The Wall Street Journal. According to Spiegel, negotiations are underway for the supply of 100 drones. It should be noted that the official Beijing rejects all assumptions regarding the provision of military assistance to Russia.

US President Joe Biden has said he does not expect a “big move” from China to send arms to Russia. “Wise Monkey” won’t climb the rampage, America says. Earlier, China released a peace plan to resolve the Ukrainian crisis.

Zelenskyy believes that China did not come up with a plan, but its own thoughts on a settlement, and started talking about Ukraine.

“And that’s very good. The plan contains a clause on territorial integrity, and this is important. He did not specify in which country. But it is the territorial integrity of Ukraine that has been violated. There are other points that coincide with the position of Ukraine and the whole world. Some don’t match. But it is already something,” said the Ukrainian president.

At the same time, it is clear that the Chinese plan will not be accepted by the West, which insists that Russia back down. And that is not and cannot be in the plan, despite the abstract clause on the territorial integrity of States. Russia, on the other hand, can interpret the indivisibility of security clause very broadly. In fact, China proposes to fix the current alignment of forces – this is evidenced by the points on the cessation of hostilities and the resumption of peace negotiations, and no preconditions are indicated.

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