WSJ Announces Xi Jinping’s Plans To Visit Moscow Soon

WSJ Announces Xi Jinping's Plans To Visit Moscow Soon

WSJ: Chinese President Xi Jinping plans to visit Moscow in the coming months to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin, The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reports, citing sources.

The WSJ interlocutors noted that the organization of the visit is at an early phase, and the actual date has not yet been decided. According to them, this trip may take place in April or early May.

According to sources, Beijing has said it wants to play a more active role in determining the situation in Ukraine. The meeting with Putin will be part of an effort to push for multilateral peace talks and will allow China to reiterate its call for the non-use of nuclear weapons.

On February 21, Secretary of the Security Council of Russia Nikolai Patrushev met in Moscow with Wang Yi, a fellow of the Politburo of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China.
Patrushev, at these talks, called the development of a strategic partnership with

China an unconditional priority of Russia’s foreign policy and noted the special role of bilateral relations against the background of the West’s attempts to contain both countries. He also assured Beijing of Moscow’s support for Hong Kong, Taiwan, Xinjiang, and Tibet.


Écris par Laura Laura