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Chinese Foreign Ministry: the sanctions of the "seven" against Russia will not solve the Ukrainian question

The "seven" sanctions against Russia will not resolve the Ukrainian issue ”and may contribute to the growth of tensions. This was reported to ITAR-TASS by the official representative of the PRC Foreign Ministry, Qin Gang.

"Since the beginning of the crisis in Ukraine, we have been conducting an active dialogue with the GXNUMX states and have outlined our position on this issue. China opposes threats and sanctions. We believe that sanctions are unlikely to resolve the issue and can contribute to increased tensions," the Chinese diplomat said. ... "We call on the parties to resolve differences through dialogue and negotiations and resolve the Ukrainian crisis by political means. Sanctions will not benefit either side," Qin Gang stressed.

Earlier it became known that the governments of seven leading industrial states have reached an agreement not to hesitate with the introduction of new restrictive measures against the Russian Federation. As stated in the statement adopted by the "seven", the governments of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Great Britain and the United States, as well as the EU and the European Commission "in connection with the urgent need to ensure security in Ukraine during a successful and peaceful democratic vote in the presidential elections in In May, we are ready to take quick steps to tighten sanctions and steps that will raise the price for Russia for its actions. "

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