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Kremlin chief Putin views China’s so-called peace plan as “the basis for a peaceful solution” to the Ukrainian war. Secretary of State Baerbock doubts this.

Russian President Vladimir Putin praised the Chinese Ukrainian newspaper, which was met with international skepticism.

We see that many of the positions China put forward in the peace plan are compatible with Russia’s approaches.

Vladimir Putin

“As soon as the West and Kiev are ready, the document can be used as a basis for a peaceful solution,” Putin said in the Kremlin after talks with Chinese president and party leader Xi Jinping on Tuesday.

Xi and Putin ‘concerned’ about increasing NATO presence in Asia

In a joint statement, both heads of state vowed to “never unleash” a nuclear war. There can be no “winners” in a nuclear conflict.

Russia and China were also “concerned” about expanding relations between NATO and countries in the Asia-Pacific region. Putin and Xi accused the US of “undermining peace and stability in the region”.

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China speaks of “objective and neutral position”

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov also said Putin and Xi discussed Ukraine for four and a half hours on Monday. “There was an opportunity to make things clear,” Peskow said. “They listened to each other, that’s the most important thing.”

According to the Russian translation, Xi said China adheres to “the aims and principles of the UN Charter”. He also stressed that his country has taken an “objective and impartial position” regarding the war that Putin ordered to fight in Ukraine more than a year ago.

But to international observers, China is by no means a neutral authority – first of all, the country, allied with Russia, has never condemned the invasion of Ukraine.

Baerbock criticizes China’s position paper

Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock (Greens) was critical: China’s announcement in February that it wanted to present a peace plan at the Munich Security Conference was a sign of hope.

Unfortunately, instead, an opinion paper was presented that did not name the aggressor and the victim and “therefore, in my opinion, cannot make a real contribution to peace”.

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Prime Minister of Japan went to Kiev

Xi left for Russia on Monday for a three-day official visit. Xi’s visit to Moscow is seen as an important boost to Putin, who received an arrest warrant from the International Criminal Court (ICC) last week for kidnapping Ukrainian children.

The second day of Xi’s Moscow trip coincided with the arrival of Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida in Ukraine. In the town of Bucha, near Kiev, Kishida on Tuesday said she felt “a strong sense of anger” at the atrocities committed against civilians there. “The whole world was shocked,” said the Japanese head of government.

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