Li Hui, the Chinese emissary for Eurasian Affairs, will be in Ukraine on Tuesday and Wednesday, according to a government official in Kiev.
Apart from Ukraine and Poland, Li Hui will travel to France, Germany and Russia, “in order to solve the Ukrainian crisis by political means”, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Beijing.
On Friday, May 19, Li Hui will pay a visit to Warsaw, confirmed officials from the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
China will continue to advocate for negotiations between Russia and Ukraine, Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang said last week in Germany.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry recently presented a project on a “peace plan” between Kiev and Moscow. Beijing proposed a lasting armistice and peace negotiations, by supporting the principle of respecting “sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity”. At the same time, China insisted on seriously treating the “legitimate security interests of all nations”, suggesting support for Russia’s argument regarding obtaining security guarantees from the United States and NATO. Although it welcomed the peace initiative advanced by China, Russia insisted on recognizing the annexation of the regions of southeastern Ukraine, while Ukraine conditioned any truce between the Ukrainian army and Russian military forces on the return to Ukraine’s 1991 borders.
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