China Makes Move to Broker Ceasefire in Russia-Ukraine Conflict

Amidst the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine, China has recently taken a stance on the matter by considering sending artillery shells to Russia and releasing a 12-point peace plan.

According to U.S. officials, China has been in talks with Russia about sending them artillery shells, a move that has caused many to question China’s neutrality in the conflict.

In response to these claims, China has released a 12-point policy paper on the Russia-Ukraine war. This paper calls for an immediate ceasefire and the establishment of a political dialogue between the two sides. It also urges the international community to play a more active role in the conflict.

The paper has been met with both praise and criticism. Supporters of the paper argue that it is a step in the right direction towards peace, while critics argue that it does not go far enough in addressing the underlying issues of the conflict.

China has also called for a Russia-Ukraine ceasefire, as well as a political settlement. However, it remains to be seen whether these efforts will be successful in bringing an end to the conflict.

In addition, MSNBC reported that the war in Ukraine has exposed Russia as China’s junior partner. This has further complicated the situation, as the two countries have different interests in the conflict.

It is clear that the situation in Ukraine is complex and that China’s involvement has the potential to make it even more so. It remains to be seen how the situation will develop in the coming days and weeks.