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The US warned China over its support for Russia, saying, “We are asking them to take action, if they don't, we will take action.”

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale  - Senior Editor
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US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, concluding his three-day visit to China, used his meeting to raise concerns with the Joe Biden administration about Beijing's support for Russia's defense industrial base, CNN reported.

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Blinken emphasized that if such support continues, the US will take further action in addition to existing sanctions on more than 100 Chinese entities and individuals.

“What we said to China is this – we are already going to take action, and if it doesn't stop, we will have to take more action, and you can also anticipate that other countries will do the same (as well) ),” Blinken said in an interview with CNN, adding that he raised the issue with both China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi and President Xi Jinping. “We are expecting them to take action, and…if they If they don't do it, we will.”

According to CNN, Blinken made the comments in an interview with CNN at the conclusion of his visit to China on Friday, where the top US diplomat met for hours with top Chinese officials, including Xi Jinping, as the two countries locked horns on a number of contentious issues. Talked on. US technical control over Beijing's support for Moscow.

According to the US, Chinese support is enabling Russia to increase production of tanks, munitions and armored vehicles and allowing it to maintain its military operations in Ukraine.

Additionally, he stressed that Chinese counterparts have not acknowledged the role of these goods in the war in Ukraine. Instead, he described it as trade with Russia and said Moscow's success does not depend on China, Blinken said.

Furthermore, according to CNN, the US Secretary of State also highlighted during the interview that China is trying to influence the upcoming US elections.

Subsequently, he said the US had seen evidence of Chinese efforts to “influence and arguably interfere” in the upcoming US elections, despite Chinese President Xi Jinping's earlier commitment not to do so.

Blinken revealed in the CNN interview that Xi Jinping reiterated President Joe Biden's message to him during their summit in San Francisco last November asking him not to interfere in the 2024 US presidential elections.

After this Xi pledged that China would not do this.

When asked whether China has so far been violating Xi's commitment to Biden, Blinken said, “We have generally seen evidence of efforts to influence and allegedly interfere, and we Want to make sure this is over as soon as possible.”

“Any interference from China in our election is something we are watching very carefully and is completely unacceptable to us, so I wanted to make sure they heard that message again,” he said.



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