China’s Peace Offers for the Ukrainian Conflict Ignored by Biden and NATO

NATO and US Vice President Joe Biden on Friday rejected China’s suggestion to end the Ukraine conflict.

In an interview with ABC, Biden said that the peace plan put forth by China was not good enough. He also noted that Vladimir Putin of Russia was already celebrating it.

Despite China's efforts, Biden noted that the plan did not contain anything that would benefit other countries.

He also stated that it was not rational for China to be involved in the negotiations regarding the Ukraine conflict.

Jens Stoltenberg, the secretary-general of NATO, also criticized China's peace plan. He noted that the country did not have credibility because it did not condemn the invasion of Ukraine.

Ursula von der Leyen, the president of the European Commission, also rejected the plan.

According to von der Leyen, China had taken a side by signing the statement of principles. This backing came just before Russia started its invasion of Ukraine.

In response to the situation in Ukraine, China presented a 12-point plan that called for a political settlement between Russia and Ukraine. It also called for sanctions to be lifted.

Despite the shortcomings of China's plan, the majority of its proposals are still reasonable for all parties.

China tried to address the Ukraine crisis by presenting a plan that was both reasonable and comprehensive.

Despite the various calls for peace, Ukraine and Biden have rejected the suggestions. They also stated that no negotiations would be conducted until the Russian troops leave the country.

In response, Biden announced that the US would provide another $10 billion in aid to Ukraine. This shows that the US and NATO do not intend to resolve the conflict through peaceful means.

The preceding article is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Info Wars

Written by Staff Reports

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