Chinese Foreign Ministry conflict in Ukraine


China called for creating conditions to reduce tensions in Ukraine

The Chinese Foreign Ministry called on the international community to reach a consensus to reduce tensions and ceasefire in Ukraine, emphasizing Beijing's readiness to play a constructive role in resolving the crisis. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Mao Ning called for dialogue and peaceful resolution of the conflict, noting that China will continue efforts to promote a political solution to the Ukrainian crisis.

This statement came against the backdrop of a recent conference in Paris, organized at the initiative of French President Emmanuel Macron, where issues of supporting Ukraine and the possibility of sending military contingents to help Kyiv were discussed. However, following the meeting, the participants did not reach a consensus regarding the deployment of soldiers, and subsequent statements by European leaders indicated that there were no plans to introduce military forces.

France tried to clarify its position on this issue. Foreign Minister Stephane Sejournet said that the Western military presence in Ukraine would not be tantamount to complicity in the conflict, and Defense Minister Sebastien Lecornu stressed that there was no talk of war with Russia and the West’s desire to help Ukraine was normal.


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