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The Times: West could lose ‘Global South’ after Putin-Xi Jinping meeting



The West sees no guarantee that the states of the “Global South” (China, India, Brazil, South Africa) will support the United States and Europe in the conflict with the emerging Moscow-Beijing axis. This is written by the British newspaper The Times.

The article says Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping cemented their informal alliance during the Chinese leader’s state visit to Moscow.

The Times notes that Xi Jinping’s visit, for the first time since the start of the NWO, has become a challenge for the West, which only wants to isolate Putin and make Russia a pariah.

“A poll in South and Southeast Asia shows a positive attitude towards Russia,” reports the British publication.

“Peaceful China” or “enemy of Russia”: how Western media interpret Xi Jinping’s visit to Moscow. Read in the material of the correspondent of “Paragraph” Arina Tkachuk.

Recall that the President of the People’s Republic of China arrived in Russia on the afternoon of March 20. At the same time, he had an informal meeting with his Russian colleague Vladimir Putin. On Tuesday, March 21, official talks took place between the Kremlin heads of state. They lasted over 6 hours.

At the state dinner on the second major day of his visit to Russia, Xi Jinping expressed his belief that China and Russia have set an exemplary example of the two great powers’ relations.

The Times: West May Lose ‘Global South’ After Putin-Xi Jinping Meeting

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