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    The 12 points of China where it asks Russia and Ukraine for dialogue to end the war

    This Friday, and coinciding with the anniversary of the start of the Russian invasion in Ukraine, the Chinese Foreign Ministry published a document explaining its “stance for a political solution to the crisis in Ukraine.”

    China has refrained from condemning its ally Russia or referring to its intervention in its neighbor as an “invasion” and has also criticized Western sanctions on Russia.

    These are your 12 points.

    -Respect for “the sovereignty of all countries” and “their territorial integrity.”

    -Abandonment of the “cold war mentality” and respect for the “legitimate security concerns of the countries”, something that Beijing has reiterated since the invasion began.

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    -Ceasefire and call for “moderation” to “prevent the situation from getting out of control.”

    -Beginning of peace talks, given that “dialogue and negotiation are the only viable way out to resolve the crisis.”

    -Resolving the humanitarian crisis, “effectively protecting the safety of civilians” and “establishing humanitarian corridors for their evacuation from war zones.”

    -Support for the “exchange of prisoners between Russia and Ukraine” and cessation of “attacks on civilian facilities.”

    -Protection of the security of nuclear power plants and an end to “armed attacks against nuclear power plants”.

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    -“Reduction of strategic risks”, with emphasis on the fact that “a nuclear war should not and cannot be waged”.

    – Guarantee of the export of cereals, in which the United Nations must “play an important role”.

    – Cessation of “unilateral sanctions” for “not solving problems, and may even create new ones.”

    -Protection of the stability of industrial and supply chains, which includes a request to all parties to oppose “the politicization and instrumentalization of the world economy.”

    -Support for the reconstruction of Ukraine after the war, something to which China is willing to “provide help.”

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