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China vows to firmly support Kazakhstan in maintaining stability and stopping violence.
China urges the international community to carry forward the Afghan peace process by preventing all-out war, advancing peace and reconciliation, and fighting terrorism.
Chinese Foreign Minister: In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic and profound changes across the globe, China-Russia relations have shown great resilience and become a very important stabilizing force for today’s world.
Krasheninnikov: “The Kremlin elders are discussing the prospects of war more willingly and more thoroughly, reassuring themselves and their flock with nonsense about imaginary Russian allies and the growing influence of our country in the world. We have neither growing influence nor allies, but we have a strategy discussing preparations for war.”
Lukyanov: New US-China cold war developing fast, despite ideological disunity in each camp.
Batyuk: “There are major obstacles along the path to normalizing relations between the two countries, and it is still not entirely clear how they can be bypassed or overcome.”
Lozansky: Today, mainstream US media is doing everything within its power to incite anti-Russia hysteria and block any information that does not match the image of Russia as the enemy. History could have taken a different path…
Deliveries of the Sputnik V vaccine to North Macedonia have been delayed because of this country’s stance on Navalny.
Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev discusses results of meeting of CSTO security council secretaries.
The intensification of the US-China standoff, which under [US President Joe] Biden could become even more tense and explosive, is bringing the world’s security and trade system into entirely new territory. Vasily Kashin, head of the International Military-Political and Economic Problems Department of the Center for Comprehensive European and International Studies at the Higher School of Economics talks about where the conflict might be heading and what it might mean for Russia.