MOSCOW (AP) — Russian President Vladimir Putin may meet with the Chinese Communist Party’s international coverage chief in Moscow, the Kremlin mentioned Monday.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov informed reporters that “we do not rule out” Putin’s assembly with Wang Yi, the Chinese Communist Party’s most senior international coverage official, who’s visiting the Russian capital.
Peskov hailed Russia-China ties as “multidimensional and allied in nature.”
Wang’s go to to Moscow comes simply as President Joe Biden made an unannounced go to to Ukraine on Monday to meet with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and present U.S. help for Kyiv on the eve of the Russian navy operation’s one-year anniversary.
Wang’s trip to Russia follows talks Saturday with U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken on the sidelines of a global safety convention in Munich.
Blinken mentioned in a tweet after the assembly that he reiterated a warning to China on offering help to Russia in Ukraine, together with helping Moscow with evading sanctions the West has imposed on Moscow.
China, which has declared a “no limits” friendship with Russia, has pointedly refused to criticize Moscow’s actions, blaming the U.S. and NATO for frightening the Kremlin, and has blasted the punishing sanctions imposed on Russia.
Russia, in flip, has strongly backed China amid the tensions with the U.S. over Taiwan.
The 2 nations have held a sequence navy drills that showcased more and more shut protection ties amid tensions with the USA.