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Chinese President leaves Moscow telling Putin that ‘change is coming that hasn’t happened in 100 years’

by LLB political Reporter
22nd Mar 23 5:01 pm

The Chinese President Xi Jinping have left Russia after his three day trip and apparently discussed his proposals for ending the war in Ukraine.

The West has been rejected that China was discussing peace plans and as Jinping was leaving he gave a very ominous message to Vladimir Putin.

Jinping who was grinning said, “Change is coming that hasn’t happened in 100 years. And we are driving this change together,” he said via his interpreter.

He added, “Please, take care, dear friend.”

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Gripping Putin’s hand before being waved off he said to Xi a “safe journey.”

The Chinese and Russian leaders hailed a “new era,” and Xi’s plane left Moscow’s Vnukovo airport on Wednesday, which was seen off by a guard of honour who played the Russian and Chinese national anthems.

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said that Beijing are watching what is happening in Ukraine “very carefully.”

He said, “The stakes in Ukraine go well beyond Ukraine… I think it has a profound impact in Asia, for example.”

Blinken added, “I think if China’s looking at this – and they are looking at it very carefully – they will draw lessons for how the world comes together, or doesn’t, to stand up to this aggression.”

He then warned that if Russia was allowed to attack their neighbour with impunity, then this opens “pandora’s box” and this will lead to “a world of conflict.”

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