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China deplores use of fake information in Ukraine crisis

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China deplores use of fake information in Ukraine crisis

Beijing, Feb 17 (Prensa Latina) China deplored the disclosure of fake news on the situation between Ukraine and Russia, emphasizing that such actions will not help in any way to resolve tensions.
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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs called on the parties involved to rely on Minsk Agreements to resolve the crisis, as it is a treaty approved by the United Nations Security Council and globally recognized.

He also stressed his support for any effort that leads to a political and peaceful resolution of the conflict.

China made this statement due to a flood of fake news, the majority emitted from the United States, regarding an alleged Russian invasion of Ukraine, with exact dates and times of the invasion included.

In recent days, Beijjing dennounced the attempts of Washington and the West to exacerbate tensions, the negative impact of that stance on the economy, social stability and people´s lives in Ukraine, and the obstacles to advance in the search of a way out based on the dialogue.

“It is the persitent exaggeration and spread of misinformation by some in the West, what has added more turbulence and uncertainty to the world, which was already fraught with challenges”, the Foreign Ministry said this week.

Even the Chinese President Xi Jinping said to his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron that all people involved should stick to a political solution, benefit from the multilateral platforms and above all prioritize dialogue and consultation.

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