Russia and China put forward the idea of ​​a 'democratic world order'

Russia and China put forward the idea of ​​a 'democratic world order'  Russia's foreign minister paid his first visit to key ally China since the invasion of Ukraine, in which Beijing and Moscow presented the idea of ​​a new world order.  Sergei Lavrov arrived in the eastern Chinese city of Huangshan on Wednesday morning for a series of meetings on the future of Afghanistan. This is the first visit by a Russian foreign minister to China since the invasion of Ukraine. Beijing has refused to condemn the attack and, increasingly isolated, has provided Russia with a kind of diplomatic corps. US officials have accused China of signaling its "readiness" to provide military and financial aid to Russia, while US President Joe Biden compared China's attack on Ukraine to 1989 protests by China in Tiananmen Square. What's up with crushing?  But on Wednesday, Sergei Lavrov presented a picture of a new world order, saying: "The world is going through the most critical period in the history of international relations." Sergei Lavrov said in a video released by the Russian Foreign Ministry before meeting with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi: Will. Chinese state TV showed the two ministers wearing face masks and clasping their elbows in front of their respective national flags. No press release was issued by China for the meeting, but Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenben later told reporters: "Moscow and Beijing are committed to advancing global multipolarisation and democratizing international relations." Efforts will continue. Reiterating the line used by Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping to characterize relations, he added: "There is no limit to the cooperation between China and Russia." "There is no limit to our efforts for peace, there is no limit to maintaining security, there is no limit to our opposition to domination," spokesman Wang Wenben said.  US formally accuses Russia of war crimes Sergei Lavrov will attend a number of meetings hosted by China to discuss ways to help Afghanistan, including diplomats from the United States and Afghanistan's neighbors. Afghanistan shares only part of the border with China, but Beijing has long feared that its neighbor could become a staging point for Muslim Uighur separatists from Xinjiang. The meetings follow a visit to Kabul by Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi last week. This was his first visit to Afghanistan since the Taliban seized power. China and Russia have become closer in recent years, with Vladimir Putin attending the opening ceremony of the Beijing Winter Olympics just days before the invasion of Ukraine. During Vladimir Putin's visit, Xi Jinping signed multibillion-dollar energy deals.

Russia's foreign minister paid his first visit to key ally China since the invasion of Ukraine, in which Beijing and Moscow presented the idea of ​​a new world order.

Sergei Lavrov arrived in the eastern Chinese city of Huangshan on Wednesday morning for a series of meetings on the future of Afghanistan. This is the first visit by a Russian foreign minister to China since the invasion of Ukraine.
Beijing has refused to condemn the attack and, increasingly isolated, has provided Russia with a kind of diplomatic corps.

US officials have accused China of signaling its "readiness" to provide military and financial aid to Russia, while US President Joe Biden compared China's attack on Ukraine to 1989 protests by China in Tiananmen Square. What's up with crushing?

But on Wednesday, Sergei Lavrov presented a picture of a new world order, saying: "The world is going through the most critical period in the history of international relations."

No press release was issued by China for the meeting, but Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenben later told reporters: "Moscow and Beijing are committed to advancing global multipolarisation and democratizing international relations." Efforts will continue.

Reiterating the line used by Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping to characterize relations, he added: "There is no limit to the cooperation between China and Russia."
"There is no limit to our efforts for peace, there is no limit to maintaining security, there is no limit to our opposition to domination," spokesman Wang Wenben said.

US formally accuses Russia of war crimes
Sergei Lavrov will attend a number of meetings hosted by China to discuss ways to help Afghanistan, including diplomats from the United States and Afghanistan's neighbors.
Afghanistan shares only part of the border with China, but Beijing has long feared that its neighbor could become a staging point for Muslim Uighur separatists from Xinjiang.
The meetings follow a visit to Kabul by Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi last week. This was his first visit to Afghanistan since the Taliban seized power.

China and Russia have become closer in recent years, with Vladimir Putin attending the opening ceremony of the Beijing Winter Olympics just days before the invasion of Ukraine.
During Vladimir Putin's visit, Xi Jinping signed multibillion-dollar energy deals.
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