The political tussle between Ukraine and Russia has reached a new height in the last couple of days.
The Russian forces are reportedly assuming advance positions in major cities across Ukraine.
Vladimir Putin doesn’ t seem prepared to end the invasion anytime soon as he made his intentions clear from the start.
According to him, the invasion is a necessary approach to protect Russia’ s security system.
Putin said, ” Today, I again consider it necessary to come back to the tragic events taking place in the Donbas and the key issue of ensuring Russian security.
Let me start with what I said in my address of February 21. I am referring to what causes us particular concern and anxiety– those fundamental threats against our country that year after year, step by step, are offensively and unceremoniously created by irresponsible politicians in the West.
I am referring to the expansion of the NATO to the east, moving its military infrastructure closer to Russian borders. It is well known that for 30 years we have persistently and patiently tried to reach an agreement with the leading NATO countries on the principles of equal and inviolable security in Europe” .
According to a report released by Daily Post Nigeria, the Russian Head of the Aircraft Airworthiness Department, at the Federal Air Transport Agency, Valery Kudinov, has made a shocking allegation against the Chinese government amid the ongoing crisis in Russia.
Valery Kudinov made it clear that China has refused to help Russia with the supply of aircraft parts.
China remains one of the high- profile countries that manufactures aircraft parts in the world. However, it is quite surprising that China refused to support one of his allies at this crucial time.
It is pretty difficult to believe that China could turn down Russia’ s request for the provision of aircraft parts.
Since the start of the war between Russia and Ukraine, the Chinese government has continually supported Vladimir Putin’ s administration.
The question now is: Could there be a hidden agenda behind Russia’ s controversial allegation?
Considering the heavy sanctions placed on Russia by Western nations in the last couple of weeks, it is quite understandable if China is trying to play a ” safe game” .
The Russian government might be trying to protect China and ensure they don’ t get sanctioned by the Western countries.