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“In connection with the events that are taking shape in our region, we need to briefly discuss this situation and outline additional ways of cooperation with the People’s Republic of China. At the same time, I want to emphasize: I do not insist that, in connection with the sanctions imposed against Russia and Belarus, China bears some responsibility and loses something,” Lukashenko said.
According to him, “it is necessary to build and find the model of relations and cooperation that would meet the interests of the two countries.” In particular, “now some things need to be specified,” Lukashenko asked the ambassador “to convey this to the leadership, the chairman of the PRC so that they are more fully informed about our position and our actions in this difficult time.”
Meanwhile, in Rome on March 14, a meeting will be held between former Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi, who has been in charge of foreign policy in the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China since 2013, and US national security adviser Jake Sullivan.