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Russia and China are not forming Cold War-style alliances

  • Putin has chastised NATO that Beijing and Moscow are not forming military alliances a la Cold War.
  • The Russian-Chinese relationship is an example of a strategic partnership built on mutual respect and trust.
  • The leaders talked about advancing Zelenskyy’s 10-point peace plan and providing additional financial support for Ukraine.

Vladimir Putin, the president of Russia, has chastised NATO and underlined that Beijing and Moscow are not forming military alliances a la Cold War. While a group of Chinese defense officials were in Moscow, Putin had a meeting with Zhang Youxia, the deputy chairman of China’s Central Military Council.

The Russian-Chinese relationship is an example of a strategic partnership built on mutual respect and trust, according to the defense ministry, which also stated that discussions with China would center on enhancing bilateral cooperation in the defense industry.

Cold War-style alliances

Referring to Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy expressed gratitude to Japan and the other G7 countries for their unwavering support for his country. The leaders talked about advancing Zelenskyy’s 10-point peace plan and providing additional financial support for Ukraine.

The first group of forty-three Ukrainian nationals and thirty-six Moldovan nationals were evacuated from Gaza on Wednesday. A car explosion in occupied Luhansk claimed the life of a lawmaker supported by Moscow in a special operation.

Regardless of whether the war with Russia continues, the European Commission recommended that Kyiv be invited to start membership talks as soon as it satisfies a few final requirements.

In June 2022, Ukrainian officials received formal acceptance as a candidate to join the European Union. Vladimir Putin, the president of Russia, referred to alliances such as NATO when he stated that Beijing and Moscow are not forming any military coalitions after the pattern of Cold War associations.

He stressed that economic and trade relations are growing at a healthy rate and that Beijing and Moscow give enough thought to regional platforms that are “more and more acquiring a global character.”

A delegation of Chinese military officials visited Moscow, according to Russia’s Ministry of Defense, and discussions there centered on enhancing bilateral cooperation in the field of defense.

The ministry said that the strategic relationship built on mutual respect and trust is exemplified by the relationship between China and Russia. Concerns about China’s potential to transfer military hardware or dual-use technology to Moscow for use in Ukraine have been voiced by Ukraine’s Western allies in response to Russia’s strengthening defense ties. Beijing disputes providing Russia with military hardware.

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