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(Dan Tri) – NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg announced that China must stop supporting Russia’s war in Ukraine if it wants to have good relations with the West.

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg (Photo: Getty).

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on April 25 that China’s help is important to Russia’s war effort because Beijing is boosting Moscow’s wartime economy by sharing high technology such as

`Last year, Russia imported 90% of microelectronic equipment from China, used to produce missiles, tanks and aircraft. China is also making efforts to provide Russia with capabilities and images

`China says it wants a good relationship with the West. At the same time, Beijing continues to fuel the largest armed conflict in Europe since World War Two. They can’t have it both ways.`

Mr. Stoltenberg warned Western allies not to become as dependent on China as they were on Russia.

`In the past, we made the mistake of depending on Russia’s oil and gas. We must not repeat that mistake with China. Dependence on their finances, raw materials, technology, dependence

Ahead of US Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s visit to China this week, Washington accused Beijing of helping Russia carry out its largest military¬†production operation since the Soviet Union.

US officials said China did not provide direct military support but provided dual-use components and parts to help Russia boost military production when US military aid to Ukraine was delayed in

Secretary of State Blinken listed equipment that China has given Russia as `machinery, tools, semiconductors and other dual-use items that have helped Russia rebuild the defense industrial base that sanctions

According to Reuters, China has strengthened its trade and military ties with Russia in recent years as the US and its allies imposed sanctions on both countries, especially Moscow, because of its military campaign in

Chinese customs data shows China-Russia trade hit a record $240.1 billion in 2023, up 26.3% from a year earlier.

In March, Reuters reported that Russian President Vladimir Putin would travel to China in May for talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping.

China on April 23 criticized the US for making `baseless accusations` when it said that Beijing provided Russia with components to help Moscow strengthen its military capabilities.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin emphasized: `The US has announced a large-scale aid bill for Ukraine and at the same time made baseless accusations against normal trade activities between China and Ukraine.

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