China says ready to help end war in Ukraine

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Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi

The Chinese Foreign Ministry assured that they intend to make every effort to end the war through diplomacy, including as a permanent member of the UN Security Council.

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba had a telephone conversation with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi. On Tuesday, March 1, the press service of the Foreign Ministry reported.

Kuleba turned to Wang Yi with a request to use the relationship between Beijing and Moscow to force Russia to stop its armed aggression against the Ukrainian people.

The Chinese minister assured his Ukrainian counterpart of China’s readiness to make every effort to end the war on Ukrainian soil through diplomacy, including as a permanent member of the UN Security Council.

Remember, a few days ago China abstained from voting on UN Security Council resolution condemning Russia for the war in Ukraine.

As reported, the Chinese government refuses to acknowledge Russian military operation in Ukraine by invasion and refrains from criticizing the Kremlin.

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