Speaking at a virtual business forum, the Chinese president also questioned the effectiveness of sanctions against Russia.
Chinese leader Xi Jinping has said the conflict in Ukraine “sounds a wake-up call for mankind”, but did not say how to resolve it.
“The Ukrainian crisis has once again sounded the alarm for mankind. If countries blindly believe in their own power status, expand military alliances, and seek their own security at the expense of others, they will inevitably fall into a security dilemma,” Xi said, according to state media.
The Chinese president, who offered no solutions, spoke at the opening of a virtual business forum ahead of the conference. Fourteenth Summit BRICS countries – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.
Brazil, India and South Africa have also not publicly condemned Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine.
Xi described the sanctions as “boomerangs and double-edged swords” that “ultimately only harm the interests of themselves and others, and make everyone suffer”.Along with the US, UK and EU, Japan, South Korea and other countries Singapore Sanctions due to war.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro took a diplomatic tone in a brief recorded speech at the forum, talking about his government’s outcome without mentioning any other countries.
“The current international environment is worrying, as trade and investment flows pose risks to the stability of energy supply chains and investment,” he said. “Brazil’s response to these challenges is not to close itself. Instead, we seek to deepen our economic integration.”
China’s increasingly assertive foreign policy and drive to dominate global markets have sparked backlash in the United States, Europe and elsewhere, with growing calls to replace Chinese suppliers and reduce the world’s reliance on the Chinese economy.
Xi built a Close ties with Russian President Vladimir Putincalling on all countries to work together on such issues, saying that “building a small courtyard with high walls” is not in anyone’s interest.
Xi Jinping pointed out that economic globalization is an objective requirement for the development of productive forces and an irresistible historical trend.
“Going backwards in history and trying to stand in someone else’s way will only end up in your own way,” he said.