China, Russia propose new regional security dialogue platform, hit out at U.S. ‘blocs’

China and Russia have rejected U.S. calls. Search for “legal-based order” – a call approved by the Quad delegation
China and Russia have called for the creation of a new “regional security forum” that will address security issues in the region, as their foreign ministers attack the United States “by holding small rallies to seek conflict”.

The proposal came after a meeting between Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov in the southern Chinese city of Guilin, and a few days after the March 19 US-China summit in Alaska and the March 12 leaders’ conference in Quad (India, Australia, Japan and and the US), gathering that Beijing and Moscow are looking at it with caution.

Both parties said in a joint statement that “both sides have also proposed the establishment of a regional security forum to agree on a new agreement to resolve the security concerns of countries in the region.” China and Russia are already part of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) security group, which includes India.
“The international community believes that the United States must reflect on the damage it has done to the peace and development of the world in recent years, stop abuses of its allies, stop interfering in foreign affairs, and stop forming small factions to deal with,” he said.

China and Russia have rejected US calls for a “legal order” – a call approved by the Quad – and instead said “all countries should abide by the goals and principles of the Charter of the United Nations” and “support international unity.” of course, fortifies international relations, and embraces and promotes peaceful coexistence and the common development of countries with diverse social norms and standards. ”

The two-day talks focused on a wide range of issues including Afghanistan, the nuclear issue in Iran, climate change and the “Asia-Pacific situation”, a media report said. In the Myanmar uprising, both sides “expressed their support for all parties in Myanmar to seek a political solution to the problem within the constitution and the legal framework, to prevent further conflicts and bloodshed, to prevent outsiders from exploiting the problem for their own benefit, and to continue to advance democracy.”

In a separate joint statement following the conclusion of the two-day talks, both sides called for a five-member UN Security Council meeting to be held. “In the wake of the escalating global political turmoil, the UN Security Council summit is critical to establishing specific discussions on how to solve common humanitarian problems with a view to maintaining global stability,” Reuters said in a joint statement, published on Russia’s foreign ministry website. The statement also lashed out at Western attempts to interfere in both internal affairs. Both ministers, in a media statement, have criticized the U.S. and the EU for their recent sanctions against Russia and China.

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