Zelensky calls on China to join the “united international position” against Russia’s tyranny

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President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine has called on China to join the “united international position” regarding Russia’s tyranny against Ukraine.

Zelensky made the statement during a Q&A with Australian students, Ukrinform reports.

“Today, I would like China to join the united international position regarding Russia’s tyranny against Ukraine. I would like them to. It hasn’t happened so far. China is standing aside. Today, China is balancing, retaining neutrality. I will say honestly, this neutrality is much better than China joining Russia. I believe that the Chinese society, the people of this country will make a wise choice. Still, it is important for us that China doesn’t help Russia,” the president said.

Read also: Australia removes tariffs on imports from Ukraine for a year

As reported, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian called the United States the one that “started the Ukrainian crisis,” adding that it is “the biggest factor fueling it.”


Source: Zelensky calls on China to join the "united international position" against Russia's tyranny

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