Putin Desperately Drags CCP Down After Constant Failures in Russia-Ukraine War

According to an announcement from the Chinese Foreign Ministry on September 12th, Xi Jinping will attend the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit scheduled between September 14th and 16th in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. It is Xi’s first overseas visit since the onset of the CCP Virus.

 Russian Chairman of the State Duma Vyacheslav Viktorovich Volodin announced on September 7th that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Standing Committee member, Li Zhanshu (栗战书), said Communist China would support Russia in the Russia-Ukraine war during his Russian visit. On the same day, Russian Ambassador to Communist China Andrey Ivanovich Denisov was the first to announce that Putin would meet with Xi at the SCO summit, a message partially confirmed by the Chinese Foreign Ministry until September 12th but not mentioning Xi’s meeting with Putin. It is a signal reflecting the current awkward situation of Xi in the Russia-Ukraine war.

 Due to the CCP’s deep involvement in the Russia-Ukraine war, it is already unable to sit by to watch Russia’s decline in Ukraine, as a severely weakened Russia will not be capable of interfering with the U.S., even leading to internal unrest in Russia, which could affect the Sino-Russian “no-limits” strategic partnership that Xi has been so passionate. Some analysts believe that Russia, which is receding on the battlefield of Ukraine, may take the SCO summit to fully leverage CCP’s resources. Following the Russian forces’ defeat on Ukrainian soil, Putin will surely demand more support from Beijing authorities. If the CCP fails to meet Putin’s requests, a rift will soon appear in Sino-Russian relations.

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