The Russian prime minister announced that Moscow and Beijing want to establish a multipolar system… and are ready to fight together against new challenges and increasing pressure from foreigners. The Chinese government has not yet forgotten the Trump administration’s economic war against this country. Russia is also facing the intensification of the West’s anti-Russian campaign led by the United States. America, as the common enemy of Russia and China, has prepared the ground for the rapprochement of these two countries.
According to AAA, Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin said Monday after a virtual meeting with his Chinese counterpart Li Keqiang: In the words of Russian President Vladimir Putin, this country needs a rich China and China needs a successful Russia. Mishustin added: The positions of Russia and China on various current problems are consistent and coordinated, and together we want to act to create a multipolar structure in international relations and are ready to fight new challenges together and intensify external pressure.
The Russian prime minister said that Moscow and Beijing have a comprehensive strategic partnership, and despite signs of crisis in the world economy, they are advancing decisively and continuously in all aspects. China, in response to the implementation of the agreement between the European Union and the Group of Seven and Australia on the maximum price of Russian oil and the European Union’s oil embargo against Russia, announced: Beijing and Moscow always cooperate on the basis of mutual respect and interests in the field of energy.
MOSCOW – Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov says measures such as the price cap on oil “will not affect” the progress of Russia’s military operation in Ukraine. “We will not recognize any caps,” Peskov added, pointing out that a Russian response to the European price cap is being “prepared.”