US President Biden said he warned Chinese President Xi Jinping he would be making a “big mistake” if he violated sanctions on Russia. He said there was no indication that China was supplying arms to Russia after the invasion of Ukraine.
Biden, in an interview with CBS’s “60 Minutes” broadcast on the 18th, called Xi shortly after Xi met with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Beijing on Feb. 4, the opening day of the Beijing Olympics. Beijing winter, said. On the 24th of the same month, after the Beijing Olympics, Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine. Biden’s remarks are based on excerpts from interviews.
Biden didn’t say when the call with Xi took place, but said, “If you think the United States and others will continue to invest in China that violated sanctions on Russia, you make a big mistake. I told him I was there.
Biden told CBS there were no signs of substantial support from China for Russia so far, but did not elaborate. Asked if the Sino-Russian relationship could plunge the United States into a “new, more complex Cold War,” Biden replied, “I don’t see this as a new, more complex paddy field.
According to the Chinese Foreign Ministry’s website, Foreign Minister Wang Yi met with former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger in New York on the 19th and said Taiwan-related issues must be properly handled, otherwise China and the United States must He said would have a “devastating effect” on their relationship. He also warned that the rise of unbridled Taiwanese independence forces would reduce the chances of a peaceful reunification of China and Taiwan.
Meanwhile, China’s spending on Russian energy commodities in August rose 68% year-on-year to $8.3 billion, according to data released by Chinese customs officials on Wednesday and set a record. Coal broke records and more. In the six months since Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, it reached nearly $44 billion, up 74% year-over-year.
Original title:Biden says he warned Xi of investment chill if China backs Putin、China tells Kissinger that Taiwan issue must be handled properly、China’s spending on Russian energy soars to record $8.3 billion(extract)