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At the upcoming summit on April 1, EU leaders intend to call on China not to provide military assistance to Moscow and not to facilitate Russia’s circumvention of European sanctions. This was reported by the international agency Reuters, citing its sources.

“Any assistance provided to Russia will damage China’s international reputation and jeopardize relations with its largest trading partners, Europe and the United States,” the paper said, citing EU officials close to the summit. According to sources, during the summit, the European Union will demand from China promises not to supply Russia with weapons. The Chinese authorities, in turn, are concerned about the harsh foreign policy signals of the United States, in connection with which they call on the EU to exclude external interference in relations with China, the newspaper writes.

Earlier, China advocated for Russia to exclude the country from the G20 forum. “No member of the G20 has the right to deprive another country of membership,” said Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin.

The European Union and the United States have begun to pursue an aggressive policy against Russia in connection with Russia’s special operation to denazify and demilitarize Ukraine. On March 16, Russia withdrew from the Council of Europe, and former Deputy Speaker of the Parliamentary Assembly Peter Tolstoy explained that the decision was made because of NATO.

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At the upcoming summit on April 1, EU leaders intend to call on China not to provide military assistance to Moscow and not to facilitate Russia’s circumvention of European sanctions. This was reported by the international agency Reuters, citing its sources. “Any assistance provided to Russia will damage China’s international reputation and jeopardize relations with its largest trading partners, Europe and the United States,” the paper said, citing EU officials close to the summit. According to sources, during the summit, the European Union will demand from China promises not to supply Russia with weapons. The Chinese authorities, in turn, are concerned about the harsh foreign policy signals of the United States, in connection with which they call on the EU to exclude external interference in relations with China, the newspaper writes. Earlier, China advocated for Russia to exclude the country from the G20 forum. “No member of the G20 has the right to deprive another country of membership,” said Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin. The European Union and the United States have begun to pursue an aggressive policy against Russia in connection with Russia’s special operation to denazify and demilitarize Ukraine. On March 16, Russia withdrew from the Council of Europe, and former Deputy Speaker of the Parliamentary Assembly Peter Tolstoy explained that the decision was made because of NATO.

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