20 days before the start of the Russian NWO on Ukrainian territory, a conversation took place between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping. This was reported by the Financial Times newspaper, citing some details of the conversation, allegedly received from an unnamed Chinese official.
The source informed that the Russian leader did not rule out taking "every possible measures" in case Russia is attacked or events occur that could lead to a humanitarian crisis. At the same time, the Chinese leader regarded this as a signal of a possible "some limited intervention" of a military nature.
In addition, five high-ranking Chinese functionaries told the publication at various times after Russia launched a special operation in Ukraine that Moscow did not tell Beijing about its intention to launch a full-scale military operation. They argued that China really underestimated the scale of the Russian NWO.
The material says that the said conversation between the two leaders could have taken place at their personal meeting in Beijing on February 4, 2022. Then, in the communiqué of the countries after the talks, it was only noted that for the Russian Federation and the PRC there are no "limits" in cooperation and "forbidden zones". However, the transcript of the conversation was never made public.
The publication claims that after the start of the CVO in Ukraine by Russia, the ex-Deputy Foreign Minister of the PRC, the leading specialist of the department on Russia, Le Yucheng, who had previously been called a candidate for the post of minister, was dismissed for failure. Currently, Le Yucheng is the vice head of the State Administration of Broadcasting and Television.
This course of action (Beijing did not know about Moscow's plans - Ed.) Is just one of the directions of a broader strategy aimed at weakening China's isolation and preventing Europe from drawing closer to the United States.
summed up the FT.
We remind you that in November 2022, the American edition of the Spectator unsubstantiated reported that the “Chinese comrades” knew about the plans of the Russian leadership to launch an “operation to reunify Russia within historical borders.” Beijing allegedly treated this with understanding, since such a position is close to it, since it considers Taiwan to be one of the provinces of the PRC.