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Ukraine-Russia War: NATO & US accusing China of spreading False information is itself ‘disinformation’ -Beijing

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Beijing has described that, NATO’s rant of China’s purported backing of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, saying Jens Stoltenberg the NATO chief is guilty of “spreading disinformation”.

The NATO Chief, on Wednesday, had accused China of providing political support to Russia as it invades Ukraine by “spreading misinformation”, and warned Beijing against providing material support to Kremlin’s war effort.

Notably, Beijing has subtly declined to reprimand close-ally Russia over its military operations in Ukraine and is also reluctant in providing aid to the war-torn country, unlike most international bodies.

The NATO had without ambiguity summoned Beijing to not swim against the tide in the matter and “live up to its responsibilities as a member of the UN Security Council, refrain from supporting Russia’s war effort, and join the world in calling for a peaceful end to this war”.

NATO and US accusing China of spreading False information is itself ‘disinformation’ |nigeria news today headlines update today
NATO and US accusing China of spreading False information is itself ‘disinformation’ |nigeria news today headlines update today

However, during a face-off at a briefing on Thursday, Beijing’s foreign ministry spokesperson, Wang Wenbin, clapped back, saying “accusing China of spreading false information about Ukraine is itself spreading disinformation”.

“China’s position is consistent with the wishes of most countries… any unwarranted accusations and suspicions against China will be defeated.

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“We have continually maintained that Ukraine should become a bridge between the East and West, instead of been within the frontline in a game between great powers,” the minister remarked.

As the war clocks four weeks, leaving in its wake over 970 civilian deaths, with nearly four million refugees, in line with UN statistics, thereby evoking a widespread panic across the world, the US says it is “watching very closely” to see if Beijing delivers weapons in its “willingness” to provide military and economic aid to Russia.

“China has provided Russia with political support, including by spreading blatant lies and misinformation, and allies are concerned that China could provide material assistance for the Russian invasion,” NATO’s Secretary General also said ahead of an urgent NATO summit on Thursday, where US President Joe Biden is expected to discuss Ukraine with allied nations.

China, however, has decried a continuance or escalation of the blitzkrieg, stressing that it would not touch it with a ten-foot pole and would be willing to play a role in ceasefire discussion efforts, whilst no commitment to holding peace talks in the meantime.

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