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China has declared the priority of a peaceful resolution of the crisis in Ukraine.

China has declared the priority of a peaceful resolution of the crisis in Ukraine.

The primary task is to restore peace, Li Hui, the Chinese government’s special representative for Eurasian affairs, said at a press conference on Friday dedicated to resolving the Ukrainian crisis.

“We believe that the most pressing task today is to achieve peace. The sooner peace negotiations begin, the fewer losses there will be,” Li Hui said at a press conference dedicated to the special envoy’s completed European tour aimed at finding political solutions to the Ukrainian crisis.

Li Hui completed his second European tour on March 12, aimed at finding political solutions to the Ukrainian crisis. He visited Russia, Belgium, Poland, Ukraine, Germany and France, where he held talks with officials. Later, the publication learned that China may boycott future peace negotiations on Ukraine if Russia is not present at them.

Last February, the Chinese authorities published a position paper on resolving the conflict between Moscow and Kyiv, which includes 12 points, including calls for a ceasefire, respect for the legitimate security interests of all countries, and a solution to the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine.