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Putin, Xi Jinping to discuss conflict in Ukraine – Kremlin aide

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping are set to discuss the conflict in Ukraine during their talks in Moscow, Kremlin Aide Yury Ushakov said on Friday, according to TASS. “Of course, the conflict in Ukraine will be discussed,” he said. “We highly appreciate the reserved, balanced position of the Chinese leadership on the issue. We know about China’s settlement plan.” “I’m simply sure that our leader and the Chinese leader will exchange their assessments of the current situation, right in the context of the conflict unfolding in Ukraine. What thoughts will emerge afterward – we’ll see,” he said. In addition, when asked about Xi Jinping’s plans to talk with Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky via video link after meeting with Putin, Ushakov said, “All I know is that Xi Jinping is coming to Moscow, and after Moscow he’s flying to Beijing.” Russian and Chinese leaders will also discuss other international issues. “Moscow and Beijing hold close or identical views on key world issues, and support the formation of a more just and democratic multipolar world order, the participation of all countries in global governance and ensuring equal and indivisible security.”
Source: Azerbaijan State News Agency