Russian President Vladimir Putin met with Chinese President Xi Jinping in the Kremlin.
In his post-meeting remarks, Putin targeted the UK, one of Ukraine’s biggest supporters in the West. The Russian leader said he would give the necessary response if the UK sent depleted uranium munitions to Ukraine.
Chinese President Xi visited Moscow for a meeting with Russian President Putin. The leaders who met in the Kremlin made statements after the meeting. Threatening the UK, which openly supports the war in Ukraine, Putin said: “We will do everything necessary if the UK sends depleted uranium ammunition to Ukraine.”
Russian President Vladimir Putin said that if the UK sends depleted uranium ammunition to Ukraine, they will give the necessary response.
Russian and Chinese delegations met with the participation of Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping, who gathered in the Kremlin Palace.
JOINT STATEMENT SIGNED
After signing a number of statements following the talks, the leaders of the two countries held a press conference.
Stating that the talks were “successful”, “constructive” and “sincere”, Putin noted that two joint declarations were signed with Xi Jinping: “These declarations fully reflect the special nature of Russian-Chinese relations, which is an example of real comprehensive partnership and strategic interaction at the highest level of development in history. Putin expressed hope that the above-mentioned declarations would further strengthen the friendship between Russia and China and ensure the stability of the two states and peoples.
“RUSSIA MUST MEET AS REQUIRED”
Noting that they also discussed the situation in Ukraine during their meeting with Xi, Russian President Putin said: “We believe that many of the provisions of the peace plan put forward by China are in line with Russia’s approaches and can be taken as the basis for a peaceful solution when the West and Kiev will be ready. But so far we do not see that they are ready for this.” He said.
Also, assessing the UK’s announcement that it would send depleted uranium munitions to Ukraine, Putin said: “If this happens, Russia will have to respond accordingly.” used the phrase.
Expressing that Russia and China are pursuing an independent foreign policy, Putin said: “We will ensure a just and democratic multipolar world order, which should be based on the central role of the United Nations (UN) and the UN Security Council (UNSC), international law and the UN Charter. . We are working together to create it.” said.
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