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Ukraine War, West’s Loss, China’s Gain

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Ukraine War, West’s Loss, China’s Gain
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Wang Yi Speaks with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on the Phone

On   February 24, 2022, State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi had a phone   conversation with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. Lavrov   introduced the evolution of the current situation in Ukraine and Russia’s   position, saying that the United States and NATO broke their commitments,   continued to expand eastward, refused to implement the Minsk-2 agreement, and   violated UN Security Council Resolution 2202, and Russia was forced to take   necessary measures to safeguard its rights and interests.

Talks with President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev
http://en.kremlin.ru/events/president/news/67830

Meeting with Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan

Meeting with Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan

The leaders of the two countries discussed the main aspects of bilateral cooperation and exchanged views on current regional topics, including developments in South Asia. Earlier in the day, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan attended a wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier by the Kremlin wall.

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waine
waine
February 25, 2022

I for one am glad that Russia has taken the steps they have. We here in the UK have a bumbling Boris Prime minister, who’s only out look is to do as he is told by the US, he is not the only leader in the West to fall for Dementia JOE’s rhetoric, the EU is now seen to be entirely in the Hands of Washington, as I say I live in the UK, but if Russia decided to cut off the gas to Europe I would fully support it. A stand has to be made against the warmongering West,… Read more »

David Bowlas
David Bowlas
Reply to  waine
February 25, 2022

Thank you waine you and I are one of the few Brits that can think for themselves. All I get from people who I once thought intelligent is – Putin is a monster, Putin has gone too far this time, so you don’t think that Putin needs bombing, How can you support Putin, Putin is a butcher etc etc etc – ad infinitum. Needless to say these armchair heroes have taken me off their Christmas card list. WOW what a relief!!!!!

Ozymandias
Ozymandias
Reply to  David Bowlas
February 26, 2022

LBC has gone bat crazy, have you heard the constant garbage? , it’s practically unlistenable, with loads of armchair heroes and suddenly everyone has degrees in military strategy from Sandhurst, crazy stuff.. LBC Use to be my favourite radio station..

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Ozymandias
Ozymandias
Reply to  waine
February 26, 2022

As long as Europe pays for the gas, Russia won’t be cutting anyone off, it’s business.. America is a much diminished power, it’s Not what it was 20 years ago, we have a multi polar world, whether the West likes it or Not..

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