The special representative of the Chinese government, Li Hui, summed up the results of his visit to Europe for the political settlement of the "Ukrainian crisis", declaring "positive feedback" from all parties regarding China's efforts to promote peace and negotiations, the Chinese Foreign Ministry reported.
Li Hui, as noted, briefed on the communication and exchanges with leaders and officials of Ukraine, Poland, France, Germany, the EU and Russia during the visit, saying that "all parties gave positive feedback on China's efforts to promote peace and negotiations, and highly appreciated China's sincere desire and contribution to promoting a peaceful resolution of the crisis."
"The current crisis situation in Ukraine is still full of uncertainties. China believes that as long as there is a glimmer of hope for the world, active efforts should be made. As long as this contributes to the relief of the situation and the advancement of negotiations, China is ready to do so," the Chinese Foreign Ministry said in a statement based on the results Li Hui's briefing.
As stated, according to him, China will continue to implement the principles of "four needs", "four unities" and "three themes of reflection" of the President of the People's Republic of China Xi Jinping regarding Ukraine and other positions, strengthen dialogue and exchanges with all parties, continue to build consensus, accumulate mutual trust and will contribute to the formation of a greater number of common denominators to facilitate the political settlement of the "Ukrainian crisis".
At the same time, according to the local publication The Paper, in response to the question about the "gap" between the positions of China and Europe regarding the "Ukrainian crisis", Li Hui said that "in fact, China and the EU have a lot of consensus on the Ukrainian crisis."
"In April of this year, during the visit of French President Macron to China, China and France made a joint statement that contained a lot of relevant content regarding the Ukrainian crisis, in particular the support of both sides for all efforts to restore peace in Ukraine based on international law and the goals of both the parties oppose armed attacks on nuclear power plants and other peaceful nuclear facilities and support the constructive role of the International Atomic Energy Agency in promoting the security of peaceful nuclear facilities. humanitarian law," the newspaper said, quoting Li Hui's response.
Li Hui said it was the first such announcement China had made with a European country.
From May 15 to 26, Li Hui visited Ukraine, Poland, France, Germany, the headquarters of the European Union and Russia. He had extensive contacts and exchanges with all parties regarding the "political settlement of the Ukrainian crisis".