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Ukraine crisis being used by invisible hand to fulfill some agenda: China



Ukraine crisis using 'invisible hand' to fulfill some agenda: China

The European Union has questioned China’s sincerity as a mediator between Ukraine and Russia. (file)


China’s Foreign Minister Qin Gang said on Tuesday that the Ukraine crisis seems to be being driven by an invisible hand that is pushing to prolong and escalate the conflict.

The “invisible hand” is “using the Ukraine crisis to fulfill some geopolitical agenda”, Qin said on the sidelines of an annual parliament meeting in Beijing, calling for talks to start as soon as possible.

Qin said, “Conflict, sanctions and pressure will not solve the problem… The process of peace talks should start as soon as possible and the legitimate security concerns of all sides should be respected.”

Qin’s reiteration of China’s position on the Ukraine war comes amid rising tensions between Beijing and the European Union, which has questioned China’s sincerity as a mediator after it refused to name Russia as the aggressor in the conflict. Is done.

Qin also said Beijing has not provided weapons to both sides of the Ukraine conflict, amid loud warnings from US officials over unspecified “consequences” for China should it send lethal aid to Russia.

“(China) is not a party to the crisis and has not provided weapons to both sides of the conflict. So on what basis is this blame, sanctions and threats against China? This is absolutely unacceptable.”

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