Russia withdrew from the treaty banning nuclear tests

Russian Foreign Minister Serghei Lavrov is in China and will later visit North Korea (Wednesday and Thursday) as part of the Beijing visit of Kremlin chief Vladimir Putin, who will reportedly attend the third forum of the Belt. The Road Initiative – New Silk Road – will be carried out tomorrow and the next day.

Lavrov met with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse in Beijing. At the center of the talks, in addition to the war in Ukraine and the latest crisis in Palestine, is the expected withdrawal of ratification of the global agreement banning nuclear tests: the lower house of the Russian parliament is expected to vote tomorrow. He will approve Russia’s withdrawal from the agreement.

With the new round of meetings, Moscow is becoming increasingly closer to Beijing and Pyongyang. Russian President Vladimir Putin said in an interview with Chinese television CCTV, “China’s plan to resolve the conflict in Ukraine is realistic and can form the basis of peace talks.” “Russia is grateful to China for thinking about how to end the conflict” Russia-Ukraine crisis.

In February, China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs released three documents containing Beijing’s vision of international relations in a multipolar world and thus ongoing conflict. In the document on the war in Ukraine, China calls for support for negotiations and a ceasefire between Russia and Ukraine.

Source: Today IT