Anti-Russian sanctions trigger global food and energy crisis – China – RT

A top Chinese diplomat has told the UN Security Council that Western sanctions on Russia for its role in the conflict in Ukraine will be overturned, and that the failure to promote peace in the former Soviet republic will lead to worldwide suffering.

Dai made the remarks at a Security Council meeting to discuss the humanitarian crisis caused by the Russia-Ukraine conflict. He spoke in support of the US Alliance, but said that maintaining some independence was important for Russia. He spoke in support of the US Alliance, but said that maintaining some independence was important.

“Sanctions will not only bring peace but will only accelerate the spread of the crisis, triggering massive food, energy and financial crises around the world.” Dai Bing, China’s deputy ambassador to the United Nations, spoke in New York on Thursday. He added that continuing sanctions on Moscow would force children around the world to do the same “Suffer bitter consequences.”

“Peace is the best protection for children.” Die Dr. “Dialogue and negotiations are the most realistic and possible way to reach a ceasefire and end the war. The international community should encourage Russia and Ukraine to return to the negotiating table and settle the political situation to restore peace. “


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Instead of trying to force a resolution through sanctions, Western nations and their allies are actually harming children, especially those living in war-torn areas such as Afghanistan, Yemen, the Horn of Africa and the Sahel region, Dye said. “China urges the parties to remain rational and exercise restraint, overcome prejudices and conflicts, and work tirelessly for a speedy resolution of the Ukraine crisis.”

The United States and its NATO allies have spearheaded the sanctions, seeking to isolate Russia and destroy its economy and currency. However, the ruble is actually stronger today than before the Ukraine crisis began, returning from a historic low in March. Indeed, it has become the world’s top-performing currency so far in 2022, although the Russian economy is reported to be shrinking by approximately 12% this year.


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Meanwhile, there has been food and energy shortages around the world, and inflation in the United States and parts of Western Europe has been at nearly 40-year highs. President Vladimir Putin on Thursday claimed that sanctions were creating a global economic crisis and blamed “Fully involved with the elites of Western countries who are ready to leave the rest of the world in order to maintain their global dominance.”

Russia invaded Ukraine in late February, following the failure of neighboring states to implement the terms of the first Minsk agreement, signed in 2014, and the final recognition of Moscow’s Donetsk and Lugansk’s Donbas republics. The German- and French-brokerage protocols were designed to give special status to isolated territories within the Ukrainian state.

The Kremlin has since demanded that Ukraine formally declare itself a neutral state that will never join the US-led NATO military bloc. Kyiv has insisted that the Russian invasion was completely unpopular and has denied claims that it is planning to forcibly retake the two republics.

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