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NATO Should Stop Saber-rattling, Promote Global Peace: China UN Envoy

Saturday 24 February 2024
NATO Should Stop Saber-rattling, Promote Global Peace: China UN Envoy

Alwaght- NATO should cease its “saber-rattling” and start promoting global peace, Chinese envoy to the UN Zhang Jun has said at a UN Security Council meeting dedicated to the second anniversary of the conflict in Uekraine.

Th struggle between Moscow and Kiev, which started on February 24, 2022, is a “tragedy that could have been avoided,” Zhang stressed in his address on Friday.

“The situation Europe is facing today is closely related to the repeated eastward expansion of NATO since the end of the Cold War,” he said. 

Russia singled out preventing Ukraine from joining NATO as one of the main goals of its military operation in the neighboring country. Moscow warned on numerous occasions that it viewed Kiev’s possible membership in the US-led military alliance as a major threat to its security.

The Chinese envoy underlined the need to “respect the legitimate security concerns of all countries,” who are members of the UN. “Regional security cannot be guaranteed by strengthening or even expanding a military bloc,” he added.

“We encourage NATO to do some soul-searching, come out of the cage of Cold War mentality, and refrain from acting as an agent of trouble instigating bloc confrontation,” Zhang said.

He also called on NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg “to look at the world through an objective lens, stop saber-rattling, and do things that are genuinely conducive to world peace.”

According to the envoy, the parties to the Ukraine conflict should work towards creating “favorable conditions for the resumption of negotiations… not man-made obstacles to make peace harder to achieve, much less to supply weapons, stoke the fire and pour oil on it, and to profit from the prolonged crisis.” 

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