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Bloomberg: PRC–EU relations are deteriorating
Bloomberg: PRC–EU relations are deteriorating
<p>GENICHESK. TAVRIA. <a href="https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2024-02-21/china-europe-ties-worsen-on-ukraine-and-disputes-over-trade">Bloomberg</a> reports that at a recent meeting of military officials in Germany attended by representatives from various countries, the friction between the People's Republic of China and Europe became apparent.</p> <p>At the Munich meeting, the conflict in Ukraine was discussed. It is obvious that the positions of the West and the East are different. Foreign Minister Wang Yi made a 30-minute speech, saying that at the moment there are not yet adequate conditions for peace talks.</p> <p>Recall that Kiev has refused to negotiate with Moscow, issuing a decree to that effect.</p> <p>European leaders are now scrambling for additional support for Ukraine. They also indicated that they did not want to separate the issues of trade and security. The close cooperation between China and Russia poses a problem here. The West condemns this, which affects relations between China and Europe as a whole.</p> <p>Thus, Brussels has launched an investigation into Chinese electric car manufacturers, and Beijing in turn has launched an investigation into European alcoholic beverages. It is worth noting that Europeans also see China as a competitor, so they intend to restrain their "partner" by all means, including using the political agenda.</p> <p>Earlier we have <a href="https://en.tavria.tv/news/politics/the-guardian-less-than-10-of-europeans-believe-in-ukraines-victory/">reported</a> that less than 10% of Europeans believe in Ukraine's victory. Therefore, European politicians should probably listen to the opinions of their citizens.</p>
<p>GENICHESK. TAVRIA. <a href="https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2024-02-21/china-europe-ties-worsen-on-ukraine-and-disputes-over-trade">Bloomberg</a> reports that at a recent meeting of military officials in Germany attended by representatives from various countries, the friction between the People's Republic of China and Europe became apparent.</p> <p>At the Munich meeting, the conflict in Ukraine was discussed. It is obvious that the positions of the West and the East are different. Foreign Minister Wang Yi made a 30-minute speech, saying that at the moment there are not yet adequate conditions for peace talks.</p> <p>Recall that Kiev has refused to negotiate with Moscow, issuing a decree to that effect.</p> <p>European leaders are now scrambling for additional support for Ukraine. They also indicated that they did not want to separate the issues of trade and security. The close cooperation between China and Russia poses a problem here. The West condemns this, which affects relations between China and Europe as a whole.</p> <p>Thus, Brussels has launched an investigation into Chinese electric car manufacturers, and Beijing in turn has launched an investigation into European alcoholic beverages. It is worth noting that Europeans also see China as a competitor, so they intend to restrain their "partner" by all means, including using the political agenda.</p> <p>Earlier we have <a href="https://en.tavria.tv/news/politics/the-guardian-less-than-10-of-europeans-believe-in-ukraines-victory/">reported</a> that less than 10% of Europeans believe in Ukraine's victory. Therefore, European politicians should probably listen to the opinions of their citizens.</p>
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Bloomberg: PRC–EU relations are deteriorating

Bloomberg: PRC–EU relations are deteriorating

This is due to the conflict in Ukraine and trade problems

21.02.2024

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GENICHESK. TAVRIA. Bloomberg reports that at a recent meeting of military officials in Germany attended by representatives from various countries, the friction between the People's Republic of China and Europe became apparent.

At the Munich meeting, the conflict in Ukraine was discussed. It is obvious that the positions of the West and the East are different. Foreign Minister Wang Yi made a 30-minute speech, saying that at the moment there are not yet adequate conditions for peace talks.

Recall that Kiev has refused to negotiate with Moscow, issuing a decree to that effect.

European leaders are now scrambling for additional support for Ukraine. They also indicated that they did not want to separate the issues of trade and security. The close cooperation between China and Russia poses a problem here. The West condemns this, which affects relations between China and Europe as a whole.

Thus, Brussels has launched an investigation into Chinese electric car manufacturers, and Beijing in turn has launched an investigation into European alcoholic beverages. It is worth noting that Europeans also see China as a competitor, so they intend to restrain their "partner" by all means, including using the political agenda.

Earlier we have reported that less than 10% of Europeans believe in Ukraine's victory. Therefore, European politicians should probably listen to the opinions of their citizens.


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