China's aid to Russia : US accuses Russia is trying to obtain military equipment




The United States has accused Russia of trying to obtain military equipment from China during the war in Ukraine. Russia has denied the allegations.


The United States has accused Russia of trying to obtain military equipment from China during the war in Ukraine. Russia has denied the allegations. Russia's economy has been hit hard by international sanctions. The United States has warned China not to help Russia avoid such an outcome. China, meanwhile, has accused the United States of spreading false information.



Russia's financial support to Russia in the war in Ukraine is said to be a matter of concern for the United States. In addition, Russia has requested that China provide military assistance to China, a US official has said. Concerns are being raised over this information. A meeting between senior US and Chinese officials is being held in Rome, and discussions are underway ahead of the meeting.



The United States has also accused China of spreading false information. Russia's President Vladimir Putin has been accused of plotting to use chemical or biological weapons against Ukraine. The United States has also been accused of spreading false claims by Russia that Russia has chemical and biological weapons laboratories operating in Ukraine with the help of the United States.

Russia has denied the allegations in a statement issued Friday stating "Similar, baseless allegations concerning Russia's intelligence have been made more than once.



Russia has not requested any help from China

Russia has enough military capability to meet the targets set in Ukraine in time, Russian government spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.


'Attack to create panic':

Warsaw: Russia's Prime Minister Mateusz Moraviki has accused Russia of trying to intimidate civilians by attacking a Ukrainian military base on the Polish border. Russia has said Poland is a member of NATO and Poland will help Ukraine. Russia has carried out the attack, some 20 kilometers from the Polish border. Moraviki made the allegations at a joint news conference with the prime ministers of Ukraine and Lithuania.



New York Times journalist killed:

Brent Reynolds, a correspondent for Time magazine, was killed in a Russian attack in Ukraine. He was researching a project on the global refugee problem. Earlier, he had filmed the situation in Afghanistan, Haiti, Iraq and Mexico. He had received many awards. "We are devastated," said Craig, Brent's brother.



Events so far:

Russia claims 20 killed in Ukraine attack on Donetsk

- Russia's power supply to the Chernobyl nuclear power plant is cut off again.

- Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky will address the US Congress today.

- Zelensky's demand for declaration of no-fly zone in war zones.

- Expulsion of three Russian officials from Slovakia.

- 2500 civilians have been killed in Mariupol so far.



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