The US and China may already be discussing how the world will live after Putin

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The United States and China may already be discussing how the world will live after Putin

Political scientist Ramiz Yunus believes that the leaders of the United States and China now have many topics for conversation, including the post-war structure of the world, where each countries should have a role to play.

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China's leader Xi Jinping and US President Joe Biden have a lot to talk about, including the post-war world. Political scientist Ramiz Yunus told about this in an interview with Focus.

“Xi Jinping and Biden, of course, can talk in a personal confidential conversation. But not publicly. Did they say in Tehran in 1943 that a second front would open in 1944, that it would end in 1945, what would the new world be like? “No. First it was necessary to end the war. And they talked about it in the public plane. I think the leaders of the United States and China now have a lot of topics for conversation, including the post-war structure of the world, where each country should have its own role, its own interests,” he said. he.

Note that Chinese leader Xi Jinping called for the resumption of negotiations between Ukraine and the Russian Federation.

During a meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron on November 15, he made a statement in which he called for a ceasefire in Ukraine and for new stages of peace negotiations.

The Chairman of the CCP believes that although Moscow and Kyiv should resume negotiations, the United States and bloc NATO should start negotiations with Russia. According to political scientists, this suggests that Beijing does not view the situation in the context of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, but considers the Russian Federation, the United States and NATO as direct parties to the conflict.

Thus, Xi Jinping used his favorite trick and laid all the blame on war on NATO and the United States, calling for recognition of the “legitimate security interests of all parties”.

Focus also wrote that Russian President Vladimir Putin may be absent from the summit G20, but will still be in the spotlight of world leaders struggling with the consequences of the Russian war against Ukraine. Having missed the meeting in Bali and the ASEAN and APEC summits this month, the Russian leader decided to stay “completely on the sidelines”.