China-Russia Relations Reach ‘Unprecedented High Level’ Due to Failed US-Backed Proxy War in Ukraine
Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin stated on Wednesday that the relationship between Russia and China has reached an “unprecedented high level” as the American foreign policy in Ukraine backfires spectacularly.
China, the world’s fastest rising superpower, has embraced Russia due to the psychotic belligerence of the U.S. government as they create a dangerous proxy war in Ukraine and inch closer to World War 3. The U.S. is also threatening China over their policy regarding Taiwan. The result is that Russia is growing closer with more powerful global allies.
“Today, relations between Russia and China are at an unprecedented high level,” Mishustin said while speaking with Chinese Premier Li Qiang in Beijing.
“They are characterized by mutual respect of each other’s interests, the desire to jointly respond to challenges, which is associated with increased turbulence in the international arena and the pattern of sensational pressure from the collective West,” Mishustin added.
At Mishustin’s visit, Russia and China signed additional agreements to boost trade between the nations, which is already skyrocketing astronomically. China has become Russia’s leading energy customer, with Russian energy sales to China anticipated to rise by 40 percent year-over-year from 2022 to 2023. Overall trade between the nations is expected to reach $200 billion in 2023, up $10 billion from 2022.
Big League Politics has reported on U.S. officials scrambling and growing desperate as their foreign policy in Ukraine fails miserably:
“On February 28, 2023, United States Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced that the US will sanction China if it provides military aid to Russia as it continues carrying out its military operation in Ukraine.
During a joint news conference with Kazakh foreign minister Mukhtar Tileuberdi on that day, Blinken revealed that the US has warned China about the consequences it would face if it supplies Russia with such aid. He announced that the US will quickly impose sanctions on Chinese companies and individuals if they violate the West’s anti-Russia sanctions policies or provide material support to Russia’s military campaign in some shape or form.
Should China supply Russia with lethal weapons, Blinken declared that it will be a “serious problem” for China in its relations with the US and the broader international community.
“China can’t have it both ways when it comes to Russian aggression in Ukraine,” Blinken stated. He stressed that China should not be putting forward peace proposals, while “feeding the flames” that Russia initially ignited.”
The U.S.-backed War in Ukraine is going to be as much of a disaster as the War in Iraq or the War in Afghanistan. The U.S. Empire will never learn any lessons and continue to endure blowback until it inevitably collapses – and not a moment too soon.