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Ukraine War: China portrays itself as seeking peace and gets support from Orban

Ukraine War: China portrays itself as seeking peace and gets support from Orban

Last week, Chinese President Xi Jinping made his first visit to Europe in five years. Hungary, France and Serbia are the countries that were on Xi's visit list this time.

During the visit, China's alleged work for peace in Ukraine was mentioned several times.

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In Paris, Xi said the following about the country's role in the Ukraine war:

– China is neither the maker of the crisis nor a participant in it. At the same time, we are not spectators either. Xi stressed that we have always actively contributed to creating peace Newsweek We do not want the war in Ukraine to create a new Cold War.

In Hungary, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán identified several European countries as contributors to the war in Ukraine, and Hungary and China as countries seeking peace:

Today, Europe stands on the side of the war. The only exception is Hungary, which calls for an immediate ceasefire and peace talks, and supports all international measures capable of bringing peace. We also support China's peace initiative, which was presented by Xi Jinping, Orban said, citing China's peace plan presented last year.

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Twelve points

On the first anniversary of the Russian invasion, China launched a 12-point plan to help bring peace between Russia and Ukraine.

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This was the 12-point plan presented by China in February last year:

The first welcomed the Chinese peace plan, but with a reservation that the occupied territories in Ukraine should be recognized as Russian territories.

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– We appreciate the sincere desire of our Chinese friends to resolve the conflict in Ukraine by peaceful means, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said at the time.

Ukraine, for its part, was open to studying parts of the Chinese peace plan. Meanwhile, the country's president, Volodymyr Zelensky, said that it is the war-hit country that should be the initiator of such a plan.

In April, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov referred to the Chinese plan as the most logical plan presented to date.

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– The Foreign Minister said that the plan was criticized for being vague, but reasonable Reuters.

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Supposedly he sent weapons to Russia

Despite the 12-point plan, over the past year or so, several instances have been reported in which China has reportedly sent weapons and related technology to Vladimir Putin and Russia.

In April this year, US officials claimed that China was helping Russia with its largest military buildup since the Soviet era.

China rejected this claim, adding that it was not a party to the war. However, China did not condemn the Russian invasion, and relations between the two countries have become closer since its outbreak.

In July and August last year, several media outlets reported how China sent large quantities of weapons and ammunition to the Russian army.

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Everything from bulletproof vests and glasses to drones and helicopters are said to have been sold to Russia.

Iran and North Korea also sent weapons, ammunition, drones and other military equipment used in Russia's war of aggression.

For its part, Ukraine has received weapons and equipment from a number of Western partners, including Norway and the United States.