Publish dateWednesday 5 April 2023 - 14:07
Story Code : 267992
Li Qiang: China-Russian relations are not against any third party
In a telephone conversation with Russia Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin, China Prime Minister Li Qiang praised the good relations between Beijing and Moscow and responded to Western warnings.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): In continuation of the relations between the senior officials of Beijing and Moscow, this time the Chinese Prime Minister made a phone call with his Russian counterpart and the two sides discussed bilateral relations and various issues.
According to "Tass" news agency, the Prime Minister of China, in a telephone consultation on Tuesday, April 5, in defense of the good relations between the two countries, stated that the relations between China and Russia are based on the principles of non-commitment and non-confrontation, and these relations are against any third country.
China Central Television also published a report on Li Jiang's phone conversation with Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin.
According to this report, the Chinese Prime Minister told his Russian counterpart: "Under the strategic leadership of the heads of the two countries, the relationship between Russia and China is expanding well in this new era with comprehensive participation and strategic cooperation."
Defending the good relations between Beijing and Moscow, Li Jiang stated: "China-Russia relations are based on non-alignment with any bloc and non-confrontation, and are not targeted against any third country."
Addressing his Russian counterpart, the Chinese Prime Minister added: Beijing and Moscow are committed to the principles of mutual trust and mutual interests.
This telephone consultation was held when Chinese President Xi Jinping visited Moscow on the last day of Pisces last year and met with his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin.
Following this trip, a series of documents including the joint statement of Russia and China on "Deepening Comprehensive Strategic Partnership of Coordination for the New Era" were signed by the heads of the two countries.
Following the Ukraine war, America and some of its western allies have repeatedly accused China of helping Russia in this war, but Beijing has always denied these accusations.
Westerners have also pressured China to distance itself from Russia and join the sanctions campaign, but Beijing has ignored these measures.
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