China may send another "peacekeeping" delegation to Europe to negotiate a settlement of the war between Russia and Ukraine.
This was stated by China's Special Representative for Eurasian Affairs Li Hui, Reuters writes.
As Hui noted, his trip to Europe, which was intended to promote a political settlement of the war, "may not lead to any immediate result."
"We felt that there is a big gap between the positions of the two sides. Getting all sides to sit down at the negotiating table now will still face great difficulties... China is willing to actively consider sending another delegation to the relevant countries to participate in the settlement dialogue" crisis" (war, - ed.) in Ukraine", - noted the special representative of China.
China's position on the war in Ukraine
Since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of Russia on the territory of Ukraine, Beijing has taken an allegedly neutral position. China did not condemn Russian aggression, but neither did it officially support the Kremlin. At the same time, he continues to "save" the economy of the occupying country by purchasing energy carriers and exporting goods, including, for example, computer microcircuits and other electronics that the enemy can use in the military sphere.
The decision on the "tour" of the special representative of China was discussed and made after telephone talks between the leader of the People's Republic of China, Xi Jinping, and the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskyi. At the same time, Beijing declared that it does not intend to benefit from the war launched by Russia against Ukraine.
After visiting a number of countries, Li Hui said that neither the Kremlin nor Kyiv "closed the door to dialogue", but they have many difficulties to sit down at the negotiating table. Commenting on this information, the Secretary of the National Security Council, Oleksiy Danilov, said that Ukraine has no intention of negotiating with the enemy.