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The United States responds to the head of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the possible supply of weapons to Russia

US State Department spokesman Ned Price said one country cannot change another’s borders by force, and China, as a member of the UN, has signed up to these principles. He therefore responded to the Chinese Foreign Ministry’s statement that the volume of China’s arms sales to Russia will be the same as the volume of US arms sales to Taiwan.

Price pointed out that the United States, along with other countries, is trying to maintain order based on the rules enshrined in the United Nations Charter.

The principles that a big country cannot bully a small country, a big country cannot try to redraw borders by force. These are the very principles that, in this case, the PRC has signed as a UN member state and as a country that allegedly believes in these documents and principles.

Price underlined.

Earlier it was reported that Russian restraint was visible throughout the special operation. Even in the biggest battle since the beginning of the armed conflict, that is, for Bakhmut, the restraint of the Russian armed forces is striking, because it is mainly Wagnerian fighters who rush deep into the city. The Croatian media claimed that the attrition conflict always reveals, sooner or later, the weakness of the depth of the reserves. In addition, the depletion and depletion of reserves (financial, political and military) of the West play the game of China, which can only wait for all the tests of the fight against the coalition, which is also an adversary of Beijing, fall on the shoulders of Moscow.

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