After the sanctions the major democracies of the world – the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the European Union – have imposed on the regime Xi Jinping To violate human rights and exterminate ethnic minorities in the region Xinjiang, China s Russia Today he called a meeting of the permanent members in United Nations Security Council “To explore solutions to common problems of humanity through direct dialogue and to maintain global stability“.
And in a joint statement issued today, at the conclusion of a two-day official visit China From a minister Russian Foreign AffairsAnd the Sergey LavrovBoth countries stated that, “In the context of growing international political turmoil, there is an urgent need for a meeting of the permanent members of the United Nations Security CouncilWith the above-mentioned goals.
“We call on the major world powers, especially the permanent members of the United Nations Security Council, to enhance mutual trust and play a leadership role in protecting international law and order on the basis of international legislation.Text added.
All because “The world has entered a period of turbulent change” in which “The continuing spread of the Coronavirus has accelerated the development of the international scene, the global governance system has become unbalanced, and the economic development process has been affected.“Yeah”New global threats and challenges are constantly emerging“.
Faced with such a panorama, Beijing s Moscow They asked the international community. “Put your differences asideWorking for greater coordination and peace-keeping, as well as for construction.A multipolar international system that is more fair, democratic and reasonable“.
In the opinion of China s Russia,The manner of dealing with international affairs should be based on the principles widely recognized in international law, which they considered as a “cornerstone for the development of society.”“.
Likewise, Lavrov And its Chinese counterpart, Wang YiDemocracyOne of the achievements of human development“, Although they indicated that,”There is no unified standard for the democratic model“And that”Interfering in the internal affairs of sovereign states under the pretext of promoting democracy is unacceptable“.
Lavrov Came to me China Next Monday, on a visit that ends today, and according to experts cited by the Chinese official press, it seeks to adjust and coordinate strategies at a time of tension with the United States, especially with regard to Russia, whose relations with Washington have greatly deteriorated. In the last days.
Timing of the vaccine
Officials in charge of Russian and Chinese diplomacy on Tuesday criticized the policy of Westerners regarding vaccines against the Coronavirus and defended themselves against those who accuse them of “Opportunism“They just want to confirm,”Save life“.
These data are produced in the process of homogenization of the Russian vaccine Sputnik f On the European Union, Is very slow Moscow.
Brussels Turn reproach Russia s China This is “Use of vaccines for advertising purposesWestern countriesThey are trying to portray Russia and China as opportunists in so-called vaccine diplomacy. This is not trueThe Russian foreign minister said on Tuesday, Lavrov, Who is on an official visit to China.
Vaccine policy shouldBe guided by humanitarian standards and an interest in saving lives, not geopolitical or commercial issues, to leave competitors behindHe added, citing Russian news agencies.
“Instead of saying that China wants to implement some kind of vaccine diplomacy, it would be better to say that China is doing humanitarian work“, His Chinese counterpart stressed Wang Yi. “Our intention, from the start, was for as many people as possible to receive the vaccine as quickly as possibleHe insisted.
A group of experts from the European Medicines Agency (EMA) will travel to Russia around April 10 to analyze the clinical trials conducted with Sputnik V, according to the Russian Minister of Health, Mikhail Murashko.
Several European Union countries, for example Hungary, are already administering Russian and Chinese vaccines, which have not yet been approved by the European regulator, to speed up their vaccination campaign.
(With information from EFE and AP). –