The autumn-winter of 2022-2023 showed the world that Russia is waging a war specifically against the civilian population of Ukraine. Relentless blackouts due to Russian attacks on Ukraine's energy infrastructure have pushed the UN into a mission to care for Ukraine in winter, which is approaching again. Several countries, independent donors and investors have already joined the humanitarian mission. Including China.
This was announced by the spokesman of the Ministry of foreign affairs of China, Wang Wenbin, at the briefing of the Kyivan media centre Ukrinform.
"China in its own way plays a constructive role in providing humanitarian aid to victims in Ukraine," Wang Wenbin.
In March 2022, China drew up a 6-point program to mitigate Ukraine's humanitarian crisis.
"We are ready to continue to make efforts in this direction," Wang Wenbing added.
We remind you that only in October-December 2022 the blackout in Ukraine lasted a total of 5 weeks 24/7. And winters in Ukraine are cold.