Putin Acknowledges Xi Jinping's 'Questions and Concerns' Over Ukraine Invasion

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Published on September 16, 2022 - Duration: 01:30s

Putin Acknowledges Xi Jinping's 'Questions and Concerns' Over Ukraine Invasion

Putin Acknowledges , Xi Jinping's 'Questions and Concerns' , Over Ukraine Invasion.

Putin Acknowledges , Xi Jinping's 'Questions and Concerns' , Over Ukraine Invasion.

The leaders of the allied nations met this week for face-to-face talks regarding relations between the two countries.

While prior reports of the talks characterized the relationship as one with "no limits,".

China may now be attempting to exploit its dominance when it comes to Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

According to reports, Putin relayed the messaging he received from China's president.

[Xi Jinping stated that Russia needs to] demonstrate the responsibility of a major country to play a leading role and inject stability into a turbulent world, Vladimir Putin, Russian President, via Democracy Now.

Putin also expressed his understanding of the leader's "questions and concerns." .

We highly value the balanced position of our Chinese friends when it comes to the Ukraine crisis.

, Vladimir Putin, Russian President, via Democracy Now.

We understand your questions and your concern about this.

During today’s meeting, we will of course explain our position, Vladimir Putin, Russian President, via Democracy Now.

Meanwhile, international media reports that Russia has begun recruiting convicts for its army.

Ukrainian and international officials have reported the existence of mass graves on the outskirts of cities that have returned to Ukrainian control.

Ukrainian officials also expressed dismay that Germany has not maintained its commitment to provide heavy arms for the war.

Disappointing signals from Germany while Ukraine needs Leopards and Marders now — to liberate people and save them from genocide, Dmytro Kuleba, Ukraine’s Foreign Minister, via CNBC.

[There was] not a single rational argument on why these weapons can not be supplied, only abstract fears and excuses, Dmytro Kuleba, Ukraine’s Foreign Minister, via CNBC.

What is Berlin afraid of that Kyiv is not?, Dmytro Kuleba, Ukraine’s Foreign Minister, via CNBC


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