Putin touts solidarity with China in Xi’s pitch for new world order as crisis grips Middle East
In his address to China’s national legislature, President Xi Jinping called for a new world order where countries and societies remain united amid regional and international difficulties. Russian President Vladimir Putin praised Xi’s speech, describing it as “an example of wisdom and leadership”, expressing solidarity with China in facing the current challenge of the Middle East crisis.
Putin expressed his support to China over endangerments such as military interventions, terror threats, and unstable political situations that have affected the security and stability of many nations in the Middle East region. He also echoed Xi’s call for the international community to strengthen their efforts to encourage peace and security and restore economic and social progress.
According to Putin, China is an important force in upholding world peace and that Russia is eager to join forces with China in dealing with the Middle East crisis. In the spirit of solidarity with the Chinese people, Putin suggested that the countries of the world come together to form an “unbreakable union” in overcoming all challenges of the Middle East crisis. He also proposed closer cooperation between the two countries and an exchange of best practices to help tackle other regional conflicts.
Putin concluded his remarks by reaffirming Russia’s dedication to encouraging peaceful dialogue and collaboration among all the countries involved in the Middle East crisis. He championed the concept of multi-lateralism, emphasizing that only through cooperation can the international community hope to grapple with the many difficulties in the region.