Russia Seeks Military Equipment From China After Ukraine Invasion: Report – What We Know!

Russia Seeks Military Equipment From China After Ukraine Invasion: Report

Beijing has not condemned Russia’s assault and doesn’t name it an invasion (File)

Russia has requested China for army tools since its Feb. 24 invasion of Ukraine, the Monetary Occasions and Washington Submit reported on Sunday, citing U.S. officers.

U.S. Nationwide Safety advisor Jake Sullivan will probably be in Rome on Monday to fulfill with China’s high diplomat Yang Jiechi, the White Home stated earlier.

Russia, which calls its motion in Ukraine a “particular operation,” and China have tightened cooperation as they’ve come below sturdy Western strain over human rights and a raft of different points.

Beijing has not condemned Russia’s assault and doesn’t name it an invasion, however has urged a negotiated answer.

The White Home’s Nationwide Safety Council declined to remark.

The Washington Submit stated the unidentified U.S. officers didn’t state the sort of weaponry that had been requested or how China had responded.

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