Ukraine crisis: US still concerned that China may provide military aid to Russia: White House

Washington: The United States is still concerned about China providing military aid to Russia after White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said President Joe Biden, along with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping, on Friday aided Moscow in its military operation in Ukraine. Spoke to discourage doing.

According to the Sputnik report, “We have that concern. The president went on to elaborate what would be the consequences and consequences if China provided material aid to Russia,” Psaki said, adding that the Biden administration was still concerned that Beijing would Russia. can help. “It’s something we’ll be seeing and the world will be watching,” Saki said.

Biden held a video call with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping on Friday and warned China that there would be consequences and consequences if China provided material aid to Russia.

A White House said, “President Biden detailed our efforts to prevent and then respond to the invasion, including imposing costs on Russia. He described the implications and consequences if China provides material aid to Russia as it would against Ukraine’s.” commits brutal attacks against cities and civilians.” Notified readout.

Xi said, “As leaders of major countries, we (China and the US) need to think about how to properly address global hotspot issues and, more importantly, global stability and the welfare of billions of people.” Keep work and life in mind.” Quoted by Xinhua.

Meanwhile, the two leaders agreed that a diplomatic solution to the current conflict in Ukraine is by far the most desirable outcome.

On the question of Taiwan, Biden reiterated that US policy on Taiwan has not changed, and emphasized that the United States continues to oppose any unilateral change in the status quo, the readout said.

Xi reacted sharply to the question of Taiwan, saying that some people in the US have sent the wrong signal on the issue of Taiwan’s independence, saying it is “very dangerous.” (ANI)

First published:March 19, 2022, 11:24 am

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