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Chinese Embassy refutes U.S. statement on Ukraine
update:May 05,2022
A spokesperson for the Chinese Embassy in the U.S. on Wednesday stressed that China's position on the Ukraine issue is "impartial, objective and beyond approach", urging the U.S. to stop spreading disinformation.
The spokesperson's remarks were in response to a statement issued by the U.S. State Department on Monday, which claimed that Chinese officials and media "routinely amplify Kremlin propaganda, conspiracy theories, and disinformation" on the Ukraine issue.
"It is the U.S. officials and media who have spread such rumors as China knew in advance and tacitly supported Russia's military action, as China helped Russia evade sanctions and provided military support to Russia. These are disinformation in every sense of the word," the spokesperson said.
Over the years, the U.S. has waged wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria, killing 335,000 civilians, "this is not disinformation," the spokesperson said.
The vast majority of countries in the world stand for resolving the Russia-Ukraine conflict through dialogue and negotiation. None of them wants to see the situation escalate or even get out of control, the spokesperson said.
The U.S. admitted that it has 26 bio-labs in Ukraine in the working document it submitted to the meeting of the State Parties to the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC) in November 2021.
Furthermore, according to the fact sheet released by the U.S. Department of Defense in March 2022, the U.S. is supporting 46 facilities in Ukraine, the spokesperson said.
"The U.S. should welcome joint verification by the international community under the UN and the BWC," the spokesperson said.
Instead of finger-pointing, China and the U.S., both permanent members of the UN Security Council, should work together with the rest of the international community for an early political settlement of the Ukraine crisis, the spokesperson said.
"We should work together to realize a ceasefire as soon as possible, increase humanitarian assistance to Ukraine and protect the civilians. We should strengthen coordination for greater world energy, food and supply chain security. Blaming and smearing just won't solve the problem," the spokesperson said.
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