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China reaffirms to EU commitment to talks in Russia-Ukraine conflict

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China reaffirms to EU commitment to talks in Russia-Ukraine conflict

Beijing, Feb 26 (Prensa Latina) China has reiterated to the leaders of the European Union (EU) its commitment to negotiate in the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, as well as the call for total moderation, official sources reported on Saturday.
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According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Minister Wang Yi expressed Beijing’s stance in a telephone conversation with British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss, EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell and French President’s Diplomatic Advisor Emmanuel Bonne.

Wang urged to safeguard the sovereignty and territorial integrity of all countries and to comply seriously with the purposes and principles of the United Nations Charter, as well as the implementation of a common, comprehensive, cooperative and sustainable security concept.

The Chinese official deemed necessary to take Russia’s concerns seriously after five consecutive rounds of eastward expansion of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and show restraint to prevent the situation in Ukraine from deteriorating or even getting out of control.

The diplomat also welcomed the possibility that Moscow and Kiev hold talks, but also with Brussels, while he stated that the UN Security Council must play a constructive role, putting peace and stability in the region first.

He rejected the hegemonic attitudes and deliberately invoke Chapter VII of the Security Council resolutions to authorize the use of force and sanctions, and said that China will play a constructive role as a member of that international body.

Wang and his interlocutors also reviewed issues on the bilateral agenda, and with Borell, specifically, he addressed China’s dispute with Lithuania because it opened a Taiwanese representative office.

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