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WP: China ready to expand relations with Russia after G7 summit in Hiroshima

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China is ready to expand cooperation with Russia after the G7 summit due to the deterioration of relations with Western countries. This was reported by The Washington Post.

The publication points out that the G7 summit held in Hiroshima further emphasizes the growing geopolitical gap between China and Russia on the one hand and the West on the other.

“China is ready to expand its relations with Russia after the G7 summit, because the main theme of the summit was not only the conflict in Ukraine, but also how China and the West should deal with it,” the article says.

China Expert Lyle Goldstein He stressed that China is currently acting with restraint. But as relations with the West deteriorate and the Asia-Pacific region becomes “nasty”, Beijing may change its policy.

Earlier, the Spanish publication Público commented on the visit of the Russian Prime Minister. Mikhail Mishustin to China. According to the authors, this indicates China’s intention to support Russia.

Source: Riafan

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