The ambassador said that the European Union and the United States sanctions against Russia wouldn't solve the Ukrainian crisis, which should be settled by the involvement of the Ukrainian population.
On Monday, Washington sanctioned 17 Russian companies and seven high-ranking Russian officials. The next day, the European Union slavishly followed Washington's initiative by blacklisting 15 Russian and Ukrainian individuals, which show that European Union policies dictated from Washington.
The Chinese foreign minister has also voiced his concerns over the escalating Ukrainian crisis by saying that sanctions would not change anything in the Ukrainian situation but further complicate relations between East and West.
In the meantime, Ambassador Li Hui announced a further expansion of Russian- Chinese economic relations. Russian president Vladimir Putin will travel to China in May when a number of bilateral agreements will be signed between the two countries including the purchase of Russian natural gas by China.
China is not only opposed to the sanctions announced by Washington, but made immediate counter-measures to minimize the adverse effects of sanctions affecting the Russian economy.
(hidfo.net – hungarianambiance.com)
(Notes: This is what a real alliance is all about -- helping each other in times of need. This kind of mutual assistance could never happen in the European Union or any other western organization controlled by the monstrous leech industry that knows only how to loot and pillage other nations.)