Medvedev: China needs to be studied in Moscow and Washington to implement Ukraine plan
MOSCOW, March 23 – RIA Novosti. Dmitry Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, talked about China’s plan for a peaceful solution in Ukraine, saying that its implementation requires a desire, it is necessary to work not only in Moscow, but also in Washington and Kiev. this is not now
Medvedev gave a lengthy interview to leading Russian media, including RIA Novosti.
Medvedev suggested that after Russia, the United States would take China.
“China brought a settlement plan for Ukraine, our president said yesterday:” Yes, there are many interesting things there. To implement any plan, you need at least the desire to be studied, and not just here. Washington and Kiev no longer exist,” he said.
Chinese President Xi Jinping was in Russia from March 20-22 for a state visit, his first overseas trip since his third re-election as head of state. On Monday, the President of the People’s Republic of China held an informal meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, and on Tuesday, Russian-Chinese talks were held with the participation of delegations.
During the visit, a joint statement on the plan to develop key areas of Russian-Chinese economic cooperation by 2030 was signed.
Dmitry Medvedev also participated in the talks on the Russian side.
In February, Chinese officials proposed peace plans. The ceasefire calls contain 12 clauses, including respect for the legitimate interests of all countries in the field of security and resolution of the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine. According to Russian President Vladimir Putin, many items of the Chinese peace plan can be taken as the basis for a solution when the West and Kiev are ready for it.
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