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Even before the Russian invasion of Ukraine, China has started making noteworthy statements about the Russian-Ukrainian conflict:

China's foreign minister Wang Yi called Russia's security concerns "legitimate", saying they should be "taken seriously and addressed."

Chinese ambassador to the UN Zhang Jun went further and said outright that China disagreed with US claims that Russia was threatening international peace. He also criticised the US for convening a meeting of the UN Security Council, likening it to "megaphone diplomacy" that was "not conducive" for negotiations.

According to the Economist, China’s relations with Russia are the strongest they have been for 70 years. Thus we ask: