While the war in Ukraine continues at full speed, Russian President Putin and the North Korean leader met, despite all the warnings of the USA. While the repercussions of this meeting continued, a much talked about Russian move came from China.
It is no longer a secret that the war, which started in February last year by the order of Russian President Putin, did not go as Moscow planned.
Russia, which targeted Kiev in the first weeks of the war but turned its route to the east of the country after failing, has been in a defensive position here for a while.
Days after the Putin-Kim summit, which took place under the shadow of the claim that Moscow wanted to buy weapons and ammunition from North Korea in order to continue the war, a remarkable move came from China.
According to a US intelligence report, the Beijing administration provides technological support to Moscow, including unmanned aerial vehicles and warplane parts… China decided to send the number one name in diplomacy to Moscow.
BBC announced this development to the world with the title “China sent senior envoy Wang Yi to Russia for security talks.”
The news underlined that Beijing was accused of indirectly supporting Russia during the war, but China denied this allegation.
The British broadcaster made the following assessment for the critical contact;
‘The visit came after Vladimir Putin’s meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, which is thought to result in an arms deal.
‘ Putin and Kim met in Russia last week…
FIRST STATEMENT CAME FROM CHINA
The Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that Wang will be in Russia for four days for ‘strategic security consultations’.
Russian news agency Tass, referring to the Kremlin, said that Wang will meet with his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov and that the Ukrainian war will be the main topic of the talks.
RUSSIAN PRESS: IT WILL PREPARE THE GROUND FOR THE BEIJING VISIT
Russian media wrote that Wang’s visit would also pave the way for Putin to make a historic visit to Beijing soon.