Appear friendly, China-Russia do not support each other’s military

Appear friendly, China-Russia do not support each other's military

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Russian President Vladimir Putin holds a video call with Chinese President Xi Jinping. photo/Reuters

Washington – increased international pressure China And Russia near. Nevertheless, it was not enough for the two countries to provide military aid to each other.

This was revealed by many observers after the President of Russia Vladimir Putin Have a virtual conversation with your aide to the President of China Xi Jinping ,

China and Asia analyst Neil Thomas said, “Beijing and Moscow continue to forge closer ties because the two governments see deepening bilateral cooperation as beneficial to each other’s national interests, and not above all, the ideological closeness between Xi and Putin.” because of.” Reported by Northeast at consulting firm Eurasian Group CNBC, Friday (17/12/2021).

According to him, China and Russia prefer to divide Washington’s political focus between strategic points in Europe and the Indo-Pacific.

It is unclear what Beijing’s position on Ukraine is, but China has come under similar international scrutiny over issues of human rights and territorial claims on the democratic self-governing island of Taiwan.

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While Moscow is sending troops to the border with Ukraine, Beijing has stepped up military activity near Taiwan. US President Joe Biden recently made confusing remarks about whether Washington would defend Taiwan if attacked.

“Beijing probably wants to make sure that if it takes military action against Taiwan, Russia will do nothing,” said Angela Stant, professor emerita and director of the Center for Eurasian, Russian and Eastern European Studies at Georgetown University.

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“I think both sides believe, Putin knows, that if it attacks Ukraine, China will not send military aid,” he said Thursday on CNBC’s “Squawk Box Asia.”


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