Biden Regime Believes China is Still on The Fence About Providing Military Aid to Russia

The United States government believes China has not made a decision to send military aid — munitions and weapons — to Russia, as its military campaign in Ukraine grinds along. US National Security Council Coordinator for Strategic Communications John Kirby made these remarks at a press briefing on March 2, 2023.

When he was asked whether China could send military aid to Russia through Belarus, which recently received high-profile visits from Chinese leader Xi Jinping, Kirby responded, “We haven’t seen the Chinese make this decision. We don’t think they’ve taken it off the table, but we haven’t seen them make a decision to go forward.”

“We’ve communicated privately, certainly publicly, our concerns about that. We believe it would — it’s not in China’s best interests to move forward in that regard. And they should see it the same way,” he declared. “I just don’t think it’s helpful right now to hypothesize about what — you know, what consequences might result.”

Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Mao Ning previously said that the Chinese government would not tolerate threats and pressure from the US over its alleged military aid to Russia. Whether or not China is sending military aid to Russia is beside the point. The fact that these countries are forging a military pact is the product of the US’s geopolitical overreach that has compelled both countries to pact with one another to check US influence on the world stage.

The US needs to reassess its foreign policy and recognize that there are hard limits to its power on the world stage. If it can’t, it will be served a devastating defeat that could potentially have thermonuclear implications — a nightmare scenario for global stability.

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