(CNN) — The Chinese government issued, on Friday, a 12-point document clarifying its position on Russia’s war on Ukraine, and called on Beijing in the document to “end hostilities and resume peace talks.”
China’s announcement of its document coincides with the first anniversary of the invasion of Ukraine. The document, published by the Chinese Foreign Ministry and titled “China’s Position on the Political Settlement of the Ukraine Crisis,” said that Beijing pledges to “continue to play a constructive role in resuming peace talks,” but without disclosing any details. Additional details.
Each point is followed by a paragraph explaining China’s position, but without providing any concrete suggestions on how the points can be achieved.
The document stated:
1- Respect for the sovereignty of all countries.
2- Abandoning the Cold War mentality.
3- Cessation of hostilities.
4- Resumption of peace talks.
5- Solving the humanitarian crisis.
6- Protection of civilians and prisoners of war.
7- Preserving the safety of nuclear power plants.
8- Reducing strategic risks.
9- Facilitating the export of grain.
10- Unilateral suspension of sanctions.
11- Preserving the stability of industrial and supply chains.
12- Enhancing post-conflict reconstruction efforts.
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