Fact sheet: China’s position on the situation in Ukraine

We are pleased to present the following fact sheet about China’s position on the situation in Ukraine, sent to us by the International Department of the Communist Party of China.

The fact sheet debunks the US State Department’s allegations and insinuations that China is fomenting or taking sides in the Ukraine crisis. China consistently works toward peace and stands for negotiated solutions to problems between countries. Furthermore, as the largest trading partner of Russia, Ukraine and the European Union, China’s basic interests demand peace.

China has refused to support the US-led unilateral sanctions against Russia, on the basis that these sanctions are illegal and only serve to increase tensions and prolong the conflict. Meanwhile they are having a serious economic impact on countries around the world, particularly in the Global South, where the rise in prices for food and energy is seriously impacting wellbeing.

The fact sheet points out: “An enduring solution would be for major countries to respect each other, reject the Cold War mentality, refrain from bloc confrontation, and build step by step a balanced, effective and sustainable security architecture for the region and for the world. China has been doing its best for peace and will continue to play a constructive role.”

3 thoughts on “Fact sheet: China’s position on the situation in Ukraine”

  1. While it is comforting to know that Xi Jinping and the CPC represent a far more sophisticated form of governance and productivity than that of most if not all US/NATO led forms, the fact is that China’s progress is an anathema to the financial and political elite owners and leaders of the US/NATO alliance. The hot war currently underway in the Ukraine is first and foremost a war between NATO and Russia, with Ukraine being unfortunately located between these two heavily nuclear armed antagonists. The other war that is impacting the entire planet, is an economic war of attrition. This latter war is what should concern China the most because it targets China and is the reason why China must not only maintain the high ground philosophically but also the capacity to defend its borders and people from NATO and its offspring AUKUS; both of which are aggressive forms of imperialism. Lest China forget.

    1. China knows it is the ultimate target and must walk a tightrope. What scares the USA is its use of capitalism to build a surplus to invest in infrastructure as the basis for socialism. The USSR failed to do this.
      Russia’s invbasion of Ukraine was stupid and a breach of international law. It has created an alliance against Russia in Europe which has given NATO a new lease of life – and NATO has now ‘reinvented’ itself with a charter that sees its ‘responsibility’ to ‘protect sea lanes throughout the world and sources of energy ON A WORLDWIDE BASIS’, and has spawned AUKUS.
      Russia is the back door for NATO into China as well as being a market and important source of materials. Both countries need each other. We are now in a new Cold War.

  2. I am from Vancouver,Canada and i just wanted to say that the alliance against Russia goes back to 1917.It just didn’t start a couple of months ago.

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