China Again Calls Putin to Stop the Crimes

by Olha Povaliaieva
Tuesday, October 11, 2022
China Again Calls Putin to Stop the Crimes

Press secretary of the Ministry of foreign affairs of China condemned Russian for the terrorist act of October 10

The world’s public and politicians reacted sharply to what happened in Ukraine earlier this week. China has also once again not stood aside. The New York Times reported that the Chinese Ministry of foreign affairs spokesperson, Mao Ning, delivered a high-profile press conference. She said that China had drawn attention to the explosions that had begun in recent days. Beijing calls for an end to the destruction of homes and civilians and hopes the escalation will be reduced.

"All countries deserve respect for their sovereignty and territorial integrity," the representative of the Ministry said.

The New York Times notes that this political speech was a rebuke of the actions of Russia and the new commander of the Russian army in Ukraine. The spokesperson for the MFA of China expressed her hope that the issue would be resolved. Mao Ning also called on the parties concerned to work towards a peaceful and negotiated settlement.

India also expressed dissatisfaction with the actions of Russia.

"India is deeply concerned about the escalation of the conflict in Ukraine, including attacks on infrastructure and the deaths of civilians," said the Ministry of foreign affairs spokesman of India, Arindam Bagchi.

Everyone understands that the war is not according to Putin’s plan, so he is killing civilians in the neighbouring country.

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