Brigadier (Retd) Shri DS Tripathi said Xi held in-depth discussions with Putin, following which the two leaders agreed on the “Comprehensive Strategic Partnership for a New Era of Coordination” and “Priorities in China-Russia Economic Cooperation from 2030 onwards”. Signed two joint statements to deepen the “First Development Plan”.
This week in Prabhasakshi News Network’s special program Shaurya Path, we wanted to know from Brigadier (Retd) Shri DS Tripathi that the President of China visited Russia, the Prime Minister of Japan came to India and then reached Ukraine. What impact have all these incidents left from the point of view of international diplomacy? In response, he said that the President of Russia was waiting for this visit for a long time because all the leaders were going to Ukraine but no one was coming to Russia for the visit. On the other hand, the visit of the Prime Minister of Japan to Ukraine was important because Japan is currently the chairman of the G-7. The heads of six G-7 member countries had gone to Ukraine but the Prime Minister of Japan had not gone yet, so there was a pressure on him. He said that as far as the talks between Russia and China are concerned, China’s peace proposal had to be rejected. He said that if we talk about the consensus that has been reached between the two countries at the moment, the visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping to Russia was important in the sense that he along with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to counter America’s Indo-Pacific strategy. Resolved to create an “equal, open and inclusive security system”.
Brigadier (Retd) Shri DS Tripathi said Xi held in-depth discussions with Putin, following which the two leaders agreed on the “Comprehensive Strategic Partnership for a New Era of Coordination” and “Priorities in China-Russia Economic Cooperation from 2030 onwards”. Signed two joint statements to deepen the “First Development Plan”. Xi Jinping made a three-day visit to Moscow to highlight his role as a peacemaker in the Ukraine conflict. In this direction, he sought to advance the peace talks plan, which received a cold response from the US, Ukraine’s main ally. Xi’s visit to Russia since becoming China’s president for the first time in March 2013 has been described as a journey of friendship, cooperation and peace. In addition, China has said that the recently concluded state visit of President Xi to Russia was a journey of friendship, cooperation and peace. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said that China is neutral in the Ukraine conflict and also reiterated that Beijing has no selfish motive on the Ukraine issue, does not remain a mute spectator… or take advantage of this opportunity. Used to be.
He said the statement issued by China said that both sides oppose specific alliances in the Asia-Pacific region, which will encourage such alliance politics in the region and lead to factional conflicts, which are clearly refers to the ‘Quad’ alliance of the US, India, Australia, Japan and the ‘Aucus’ alliance of Australia, Britain and the US. Both sides noted that the US lives in a Cold War mindset and pursues an Indo-Pacific strategy, which has a negative impact on peace and stability in the region.
He said that China and Russia are committed to building an even, open and inclusive security system in the Asia-Pacific region that does not target any other country in order to maintain regional peace, stability and prosperity. The US, India and several other world powers have been talking about the need to ensure a free, open and prosperous Indo-Pacific against the backdrop of China’s growing military presence in the resource-rich region. China has territorial disputes in the South and East China Seas. Beijing has also made great strides in militarizing its man-made islands over the years. Russia reiterated its commitment to early resumption of peace talks on the Ukraine war, which was appreciated by China.
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