Xi, Putin liaison harms international peace, says Taiwan


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O presidente russo, Vladimir Putin, e o ditador chinês, Xi Jinping, em encontro sobre a Rota da Seda em Pequim, em 2017.

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese dictator Xi Jinping at a meeting on the Silk Road in Beijing in

.| Photo: EFE/Zipi

The government of Taiwan said this Friday (12) that the strengthening of the liaison between China and Russia “harms international peace”. The two countries met on Thursday (12) in Uzbekistan. During the meeting, Russian President Vladimir Putin renewed support for Chinese dictator Xi Jinping in relation to Taiwan.

The Chinese regime considers the island to be part of its territory and publicly states that it aims to “take it back, even if it is by force”.

“Taiwan severely condemns Russia for following the Chinese Communist Party’s authoritarian and expansionist government and its false statements during international meetings that want to undermine the sovereignty of our country,” says Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs in a statement.

In early August, China held military exercises in Taiwanese areas. Late last month, Xi Jinping’s country also sent troops for joint exercises with Russia.

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