The manner in which China and Russia have shown solidarity against the US and the European Union has once again reinforced the possibility of polarization of the superpowers in the world. In the meeting of the foreign ministers of China and Russia, the two leaders said that the US is constantly interfering in internal affairs. International politics has intensified after the two leaders met. Due to the proximity of the two countries, there has also been an increasing fear that once again the world is moving towards a new cold war. This alliance of China and Russia has increased the confrontation further. The conflict between China and the United States over the South China Sea, the Indian Pacific Sea, Hong Kong, and Taiwan will escalate. China and Russia united against the US and EU.
Foreign ministers of China and Russia meet
Foreign ministers of China and Russia met on Tuesday to show solidarity against the US and the European Union (EU) and said that interference in internal affairs was not acceptable. He said that the two countries are working together for global progress on issues like climate change and the corona epidemic. China and Russia have shown this solidarity at a time when the West has imposed new sanctions against them on human rights.
China accuses US of interference in internal affairs
The meeting of Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov took place in Nanning city in southern China. Wang and Sergei accused the US of interfering in the internal affairs of other countries. Wang during a press conference strongly criticized the sanctions imposed by the European Union, Britain, Canada, and the US against Chinese officials for human rights violations in Xinjiang. “Countries should unite against all types of unilateral sanctions,” he said. Whereas Sergei said that Russia and China have become closer due to sanctions. They alleged that they were imposing their rules on everyone. China and Russia united against the US and EU.
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The US has already banned many Chinese companies and ruling Communist Party officials over new security laws in Hong Kong and atrocities and spying on Uygar Muslims in Xinjiang. While Russia has been facing sanctions from Western countries for years over the annexation of Crimea, supporting separatists in Ukraine, and attacks on critics.