On the contrary, economically, many Chinese banks and companies have withdrawn from the Russian market to avoid secondary US sanctions. And at the military level no armed group has crossed the border between the two countries. A situation, According to our colleagues from the Washington PostRussia is said to have recently pushed to urge its Chinese partners to respect economic and strategic agreements prior to the February 24 invasion of Ukraine.
This was enough to annoy Beijing, which, according to the Washington Post, put national interests and the interests of the Chinese people above all else. In other words, the Asian giant does not want its economic interests to be affected by Vladimir Putin’s expansionist ambitions. Unless there is a solution to repeal the effects of sanctions, China will not lift a finger to avoid harming its relations with its key economic partners, the United States and the European Union.
An indication of the effectiveness of the measures taken so far at the political and economic level by the White House and the West. It remains to be seen what posture China will adopt in the coming days and weeks and whether Xi Jinping will decide to invite Volodymyr Zhelensky.
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