In Madrid, Spain, protesters hold Ukrainian flags and placards during a protest against Russian invasion of Ukraine. Spain’s Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Albares held a phone meeting “about the consequences of the war in Ukraine and the means to end it” with his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi on Monday. Photo: SOPA Images
In Madrid, Spain, protesters hold Ukrainian flags and placards during a protest against Russian invasion of Ukraine. Spain’s Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Albares held a phone meeting “about the consequences of the war in Ukraine and the means to end it” with his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi on Monday. Photo: SOPA Images
Diplomacy

Ukraine war: China going its ‘own way’ on peace process, says foreign minister

  • Wang Yi tells Spain’s foreign minister that since Ukrainian crisis started, Beijing aimed to foster talks as a Permanent Five member of the UN Security Council
  • Wang repeats China’s objections to Western sanctions: ‘China is not involved in the crisis and we do not wish to be affected by the sanctions’

In Madrid, Spain, protesters hold Ukrainian flags and placards during a protest against Russian invasion of Ukraine. Spain’s Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Albares held a phone meeting “about the consequences of the war in Ukraine and the means to end it” with his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi on Monday. Photo: SOPA Images
In Madrid, Spain, protesters hold Ukrainian flags and placards during a protest against Russian invasion of Ukraine. Spain’s Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Albares held a phone meeting “about the consequences of the war in Ukraine and the means to end it” with his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi on Monday. Photo: SOPA Images
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