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Xi appeared to use his keynote speech at the opening ceremony of the Brics business forum on Wednesday to reiterate China’s criticism of Nato and support for Russia – without directly mentioning either. | World NewsXi appeared to use his keynote speech at the opening ceremony of the Brics business forum on Wednesday to reiterate China’s criticism of Nato and support for Russia – without directly mentioning either.

Group politics will lead only to wars, warns Chinese president | World News - Hindustan Times

Chinese President Xi Jinping pledged to meet economic targets for the year even as the government's zero tolerance approach to combating Covid outbreaksChinese President Xi Jinping pledged to meet economic targets for the year even as the government's zero tolerance approach to combating Covid outbreaks

Xi Jinping reaffirms growth target that analysts say is out of reach | Business Standard News

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Without naming the Quad grouping and AUKUS, Xi lashed out at group politics and bloc confrontation, emphasising that they bring no peace or security.Without naming the Quad grouping and AUKUS, Xi lashed out at group politics and bloc confrontation, emphasising that they bring no peace or security.

BRICS Business Forum: Chinese President Xi Jinping hits out at US, EU sanctions against Russia- The New Indian Express

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday said the act of willfully imposing sanctions will bring disasters to people around the world.

Willful sanctioning brings disasters to people around world: Xi - Global Times

China News: BEIJING: Chinese President Xi Jinping warned against 'expanding' military ties on Wednesday in a speech ahead of a virtual summit with top leaders fro.China News: BEIJING: Chinese President Xi Jinping warned against 'expanding' military ties on Wednesday in a speech ahead of a virtual summit with top leaders fro.

Xi warns about 'expanding military alliances' at BRICS summit: state media - Times of India

Chinese President Xi Jinping bashed the Western-imposed sanctions that have been imposed on Moscow in the backdrop of its "special military operations".Chinese President Xi Jinping bashed the Western-imposed sanctions that have been imposed on Moscow in the backdrop of its "special military operations".

At BRICS, Xi Jinping slams US for imposing sanctions on Russia; 'Double-edged sword'

India's Modi to avoid anti-US-messaging at the summit as he braces for first face to face meeting with Chinese President Jinping.India's Modi to avoid anti-US-messaging at the summit as he braces for first face to face meeting with Chinese President Jinping.

Xi warns against ‘expanding military alliances’ at BRICS - World - DAWN.COM

President Xi: Business community drives effective BRICS cooperation - CGTN

China’s President Xi Jinping while hitting out at the US and EU for imposing sanctions against Russia for its invasion of Ukraine, said the act of wilfully imposing sanctions will bring disasters to people around the world.China’s President Xi Jinping while hitting out at the US and EU for imposing sanctions against Russia for its invasion of Ukraine, said the act of wilfully imposing sanctions will bring disasters to people around the world.

China’s President Xi Jinping Lashes Out At US, EU For Imposing Sanctions Against Russia

BEIJING (AP) — The conflict in Ukraine has “sounded an alarm for humanity,” Chinese leader Xi Jinping said Wednesday, as China continues to assume a position of neutrality while backing its ally Russia. BEIJING (AP) — The conflict in Ukraine has “sounded an alarm for humanity,” Chinese leader Xi Jinping said Wednesday, as China continues to assume a position of neutrality while backing its ally Russia.

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Speaking at a virtual business forum, Chinese president also questions the utility of sanctions against Russia.Speaking at a virtual business forum, Chinese president also questions the utility of sanctions against Russia.

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The Russian invasion of Ukraine that began on Feb. 24 continues, with casualties mounting on both sides.Ukrainian forces are putting up resistance inXi takes jab at push to expand NATO; Ukraine expects EU-wide support of membership bid

Ukraine latest: Zelenskyy calls for heavy arms as Russia pounds cities - Nikkei Asia

Xinhua Headlines: Xi urges BRICS solidarity, openness for peace, development-

Xinhua Headlines: Xi urges BRICS solidarity, openness for peace, development-Xinhua

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Chinese President Xi hits out at US EU for imposing sanctions against Russia - The Week

President Xi Jinping called on Wednesday for international solidarity and coordination to maintain world peace and stability and promote global sustainable development.President Xi Jinping called on Wednesday for international solidarity and coordination to maintain world peace and stability and promote global sustainable development.

Xi urges intl solidarity to promote growth - Chinadaily.com.cn

Chinese leader Xi Jinping has said the conflict in Ukraine has “sounded an alarm for humanity," but proposed no solutionsChinese leader Xi Jinping has said the conflict in Ukraine has “sounded an alarm for humanity," but proposed no solutions

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President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is seeking more heavy firepower from allies to counter Russia on battlefields amid Moscow’s bombardments on Ukrainian cities as the conflict enters into the 120th day.President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is seeking more heavy firepower from allies to counter Russia on battlefields amid Moscow’s bombardments on Ukrainian cities as the conflict enters into the 120th day.

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With Russia, which invaded Ukraine, and India, with which China had a border clash in attendance, President Xi Jinping warned against "expanding military" alliances. Jinping was speaking at the BRICS Business Forum on Wednesday (June 22) ahead of the BRICS virtual summit with top leaders from Russia, India, Brazil and South Africa.  His comments came amid talk of more countries like Sweden and Finland seeking to join NATO, and as India, the US, Japan and Australia expanding cooperation under Quad, which Chinese circles derisively refer to as Asian NATO. Xi Jinping told the BRICS Business Forum that the Ukraine crisis is... a wake-up call and warned against expanding military alliances and seeking ones own security at the expense of other countries security 

'Ukraine crisis is a wakeup call': Xi Jinping warns against 'expanding military alliances' - World News

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Proclaiming "peace is the common cause of mankind," Xi Jinping, the President of the People's Republic of China, opened the 14th annual BRICS Summit from Beijing. Chairing a virtual meeting of the BRICS Business Forum,Proclaiming "peace is the common cause of mankind," Xi Jinping, the President of the People's Republic of China, opened the 14th annual BRICS Summit from Beijing. Chairing a virtual meeting of the BRICS Business Forum,

CGTN America: President Xi's Keynote Speech at BRICS: A Blueprint for Peace in Turbulent Times - Benzinga

Russian President Vladimir Putin attends the plenary session of the 25th St. Petersburg Interna

Multilateralism, cooperation carry best hope for global economic recovery - People's Daily Online

Xi called for greater coordination on economic policy to avoid a fragile recovery from being disruptedXi called for greater coordination on economic policy to avoid a fragile recovery from being disrupted

China's Xi urges global unity to back recovery, raps sanctions

The conflict in Ukraine has "sounded an alarm for humanity," Chinese leader Xi Jinping said Wednesday, as China continues to assume a position of neutrality while backing its ally Russia.The conflict in Ukraine has "sounded an alarm for humanity," Chinese leader Xi Jinping said Wednesday, as China continues to assume a position of neutrality while backing its ally Russia.

Ukraine has "sounded alarm for humanity," China says | CTV News

Chinese President Xi Jinping has appealed for peace in Ukraine while taking indirect aim at the West during...Chinese President Xi Jinping has appealed for peace in Ukraine while taking indirect aim at the West during...

Xi urges peace in Ukraine, snipes at West | The Singleton Argus | Singleton, NSW

Chinese President Xi Jinping said Wednesday that China will strengthen macro-policy adjustment and adopt more effective measures to strive to meet the social and economic development targets for 2022 and minimize the impacts of COVID-19.

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Xi also took a swipe at the US and European Union sanctions on Russia in the speech on Wednesday, saying "sanctions are a boomerang and a double-edged sword".Xi also took a swipe at the US and European Union sanctions on Russia in the speech on Wednesday, saying "sanctions are a boomerang and a double-edged sword".

Xi Warns About 'Expanding Military Alliances' At BRICS Summit: State Media

Get latest articles and stories on World at LatestLY. In an apparent reference to Western sanctions on Russia, Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday described sanctions as double-edged swords and said the act of willfully imposing penalties will bring disasters to people around the world. World News | Willful Sanctions Brings Disasters to World, Says Xi at BRICS Business Forum.Get latest articles and stories on World at LatestLY. In an apparent reference to Western sanctions on Russia, Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday described sanctions as double-edged swords and said the act of willfully imposing penalties will bring disasters to people around the world. World News | Willful Sanctions Brings Disasters to World, Says Xi at BRICS Business Forum.

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As the world deals with major changes and a pandemic unseen in a century, China has highlighted the importance of advancing globalization even as the economic integration process faces headwinds. To forge greater synergy for development and close the development gap, the international community needs to pool cooperation resources, platforms and networks of development partnerships, ...

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In a keynote speech to a virtual BRICS Business Forum on Wednesday, Chinese President Xi Jinping vowed to meet economic targets for the year despite tIn a keynote speech to a virtual BRICS Business Forum on Wednesday, Chinese President Xi Jinping vowed to meet economic targets for the year despite t

China’s President Xi pledges to meet growth target

China says Ukraine crisis has sounded alarm for humanity

China says Ukraine crisis has sounded alarm for humanity - KTAR.com

Politicizing global economy, using it as personal weapon will only inflict suffering on everyone, warns Chinese president - Anadolu AgencyPoliticizing global economy, using it as personal weapon will only inflict suffering on everyone, warns Chinese president - Anadolu Agency

Sanctions 'a boomerang and double-edged sword,' says China's Xi

Chinese leader Xi Jinping says the conflict in Ukraine has "sounded an alarm for humanity", and at the same time condemned US-led sanctions against Russia, accusing the West of provoking Moscow.Chinese leader Xi Jinping says the conflict in Ukraine has "sounded an alarm for humanity", and at the same time condemned US-led sanctions against Russia, accusing the West of provoking Moscow.

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