War in Ukraine China plans to send weapons to Russia

War in Ukraine: China plans to send ‘weapons’ to Russia, US says

China is considering arms sales to Russia, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken warned Sunday after meeting his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi.

Will Beijing supply weapons to Vladimir Putin’s soldiers? US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has warned of possible Chinese military aid to Moscow.

The US representative was speaking from Berlin, where the Munich Security Conference is currently taking place, a day after a meeting with his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi organized on Saturday. “We talked about the war that Russia is waging and the concerns we have that China is planning to provide lethal support to Russia,” he said on CBS.

The head of US diplomacy clarified that this aid would mean “mainly arms” and did not fail to warn China of the “impact and consequences” that such aid would entail, announced State Department spokesman Ned Price. in reporting to the “candid and direct” interview.

Antony Blinken accuses Moscow of crimes against humanity

In the context of this interview with CBS, Antony Blinken also returned to the allegations against Russia for crimes against humanity, which he had already announced in an official statement published this Saturday, February 18, like the Vice President of the United States, Kamala Harris.

According to the US Secretary of State, several Russian officials have committed “torture of civilians in detention, beatings and electric shocks”.

“We have always closely followed the atrocities committed in Ukraine and continue to monitor what is happening and enforce the law,” Antony Blinken said on Sunday.