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China and Brazil Reach Consensus on Ukraine Crisis Settlement


Sun 26 May 2024 | 09:19 PM
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 H.E. Wang Yi, Member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee and Minister of Foreign Affairs of China, and H.E. Celso Amorim, Chief Advisor to the President of Brazil, reached common understandings on the political settlement of the Ukraine crisis. The two nations emphasized de-escalation and promoted a series of principles to foster peace and stability.

China and Brazil have called on all involved parties to adhere to three crucial principles: no expansion of the battlefield, no escalation of fighting, and no provocation. These guidelines are intended to reduce tensions and prevent further conflict.

Both nations asserted that dialogue and negotiation are the only viable solutions to the Ukraine crisis. They stressed the importance of creating conditions conducive to the resumption of direct dialogue and pushing towards a comprehensive ceasefire. China and Brazil advocated for an international peace conference, inclusive of all relevant parties, for fair discussion and recognition of peace plans by both Russia and Ukraine.

The need for increased humanitarian assistance was emphasized to prevent a larger-scale humanitarian crisis. The protection of civilians, including women, children, and prisoners of war (POWs), was highlighted. Both sides supported the exchange of POWs to further humanitarian efforts.

China and Brazil jointly opposed the use of weapons of mass destruction, including nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons. They called for all possible efforts to prevent nuclear proliferation and avoid a nuclear crisis.

The nations opposed attacks on nuclear power plants and other peaceful nuclear facilities. They stressed the importance of compliance with international law, particularly the Convention on Nuclear Safety, to prevent man-made nuclear accidents.

China and Brazil voiced opposition to the division of the world into isolated political or economic groups. They advocated for enhanced international cooperation in energy, currency, finance, trade, food security, and the security of critical infrastructure. This includes oil and gas pipelines, undersea optical cables, electricity and energy facilities, and fiber-optic networks, all crucial for the stability of global industrial and supply chains.

The two countries welcomed the support and endorsement of these common understandings from the international community. They called for a collective effort to play a constructive role in de-escalating the situation and promoting peace talks.