The head of Chinese diplomacy, Wang Yi, urged this Saturday in the UN General Assembly to what Russia Y Ukraine prevent the conflict from “spilling over” and protect the rights and interests of developing countries, according to the newspaper ChinaDaily.
“The parties involved in the Ukrainian crisis must resume dialogue as soon as possible,” said Wang Yi, who urged Moscow Already Kyiv discuss their legitimate concerns and viable alternatives to get peace.
The “pressing” priority is to facilitate peace talks, he said. Wangwho at no time expressed his support for the invasion of Ukraine by Russia, despite the rapprochement of the two powers.
After recalling that his country adheres to the principle of “non-interference”, he said that China he “has endeavored to solve the problems of all parties in a constructive manner.”
Wang asked to practice moderation, and exhorted the international community to play a constructive role in easing tensions.
“No trial and error should be allowed in the safety of nuclear facilities. We must prevent any risk of accident,” Wang said.
The Chinese foreign minister, who called for concrete actions to alleviate the humanitarian situation resulting from the conflict, pointed out that both Russia What Ukraine they must obey international humanitarian law and minimize the number of civilian casualties.
He added that “international investigation must be objective, fair and based on facts, and must not be politicized”, while stating that the world must support the institutions of humanitarian aid of the UN to continue providing assistance to the affected people.
Stressing the need to contain the indirect effects of the invasion on UkraineWang called for concerted efforts to ensure the stability of the world energy market.
“China supports the efforts of the Secretary General of the UN, Antonio Guterres, to promote a solution to food exports from Russia Y Ukraineand welcomes all countries to actively respond to China’s World Food Security Cooperation Initiative,” he said. Wang.
“Countries should not abuse unilateral sanctions, much less make developing nations pay the price,” Wang added, stressing that the Security Council it must “maintain objectivity and fairness, promote talks and work for a political solution in Ukraine”.
Beijing has insistently reiterated its support for the sovereignty of all countries in relation to Ukrainebut has refused to condemn the Russian invasion.
The Chinese foreign minister met this week in New York with his Ukrainian counterpart Dmytro Kulebaand assured him that beijing advocates respect for theterritorial integrity of all countries”.
The “fundamental solution is to address the legitimate security concerns of both parties and build a balanced, effective and sustainable security architecture,” the foreign minister said at the UN.
Last week, after a meeting with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinpingthe Russian president Vladimir Putin welcomed Xi’s “balanced position” on Ukrainebut also said that we must “understand their questions and concerns” about the invasion that has already lasted seven months.
Likewise, the head of Chinese diplomacy referred to Taiwanwhich is not in the UN, and stated that China must “firmly combat separatist activities” of what it considers its rebel province and “carry out determined actions to oppose external interference”.
“Any attempt to prevent the Chinese reunification is doomed to be crushed by the wheel of history,” he warned.
The minister met on Friday on the sidelines of the general Assembly with his American counterpart, Anthony Blinkenin their first meeting since July in balinesewhere they stated their intention to resume the dialogue.
In this meeting, Wang accused the United States ofsend very bad and dangerous signals” by encouraging the independence of Taiwanaccording to a statement from the Chinese Foreign Ministry.
For Blinken it is necessary to preserve “peace and stability” in the Taiwan Strait, according to the State Department spokesman.
(With information from EFE and China Daily)
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