NATO Points Out China’s Potential Military Support to Russia

On February 22nd, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said there are several indications that communist China may be planning military support for the Russian war effort in Ukraine. He urged China not to violate international law. In addition, foreign media reported that the U.S. is considering releasing intelligence on China’s military aid plans. In an interview with the media, Stoltenberg said, ” support to a blatant violation of international law, and of course [as] a member of the U.N. Security Council, China should not in any way support violation of the U.N. Charter, or international law.” He stressed that the alliance, while not a party to the war, would support Ukraine “for as long as it takes.” On February 22nd, Russian President Vladimir Putin met with Wang Yi, CCP’s top foreign affairs official, raising concerns in the West that Beijing may be prepared to provide more substantial support to Moscow in the nearly one-year-old war. According to U.S. and European officials, intelligence has emerged in recent weeks that Beijing may abandon the self-restraint it has exercised over its arms supplies to Russia. Still, a final decision appears to have yet to be made. Beijing has previously provided support to Russia only on economic and oil purchases, but this cautious Chinese Regime’s position appears to be changing based on the latest intelligence assessments.

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