Almost all the below links and tweets are in English.
As not a small number of people in the world had thought, the first negotiation for ceasefire did not reach an agreement. The invasion continued, and Japanese media’s coverage has become more detailed.
Our company’s websites will basically stop following lines themselves of the invasion from now on, and for now will return to normal – our economy-oriented style including other issues.
We really hope that innocent people of Ukraine – an independent country – will not be damaged anymore, and that all the attacks including military assaults will be stopped as soon as possible.
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All the human beings need to control ourselves NOT to make fake news, unlaid opinions, etc., at this perilous moment, because human beings are not so smart.
And, of course, if China can mediate appropriately, it must be very welcome.
— FRANCE 24 (@FRANCE24) March 1, 2022
Breaking news: China signalled it was ready to play a role in finding a ceasefire in Ukraine as it 'deplored' the outbreak of conflict in its strongest comments yet on Russia's invasion https://t.co/XthnuJKfyZ pic.twitter.com/HJ6K3nls07
— Financial Times (@FinancialTimes) March 1, 2022
Ukraine asks China to mediate ceasefire with Russia https://t.co/1rfpkNMtje
— The Independent (@Independent) March 2, 2022
— Reuters (@Reuters) March 1, 2022
— Reuters (@Reuters) February 27, 2022
China has started evacuating its citizens from Ukraine, state media said. https://t.co/UaAU2jfVbQ
— CNN International (@cnni) March 1, 2022
— AFP News Agency (@AFP) March 1, 2022
We call on Ukraine and Russia to find a solution through negotiations – China's FM Wang Yi pic.twitter.com/miHnpPYp8j
— TRT World Now (@TRTWorldNow) March 1, 2022
Nordic and Baltic Ambassadors in Beijing met with Ukraine’s chargé d'affaires Zhanna Leshchynska today to express solidarity and support.
🇩🇰🇪🇪🇫🇮🇮🇸🇱🇻🇳🇴🇸🇪 #StandWithUkraine 🇺🇦 @NorwayMFA pic.twitter.com/qayaCkW5AU
— Norway in China (@NorwayinChina) March 1, 2022
NEWS: Defense Official Says U.S. Is Watching China While Supporting Ukraine https://t.co/bOWGa2NIuH
— Department of Defense 🇺🇸 (@DeptofDefense) March 1, 2022
“Xi’s decision to back Putin, in short, will weaken China’s near- and long-term economic outlooks, which in turn could have domestic political consequences for Xi’s attempt to remain ruler for life.” 🇨🇳 🇷🇺 https://t.co/BChXFHJR7O
— Andreas Fulda (@AMFChina) February 28, 2022
As Russia attempts peace talks with Ukraine, mediated by China, NATO attempts to subvert this. The West has united in attacking the country economically & via war propaganda. It is no wonder Putin calls the U.S, the western leader, “the empire of lies.” pic.twitter.com/daptNTyYZ7
— Fiorella Isabel (@Fiorella_im) February 28, 2022
remarkable fact: "China’s economy is more dependent on Ukraine than Russia’s. [China] leapfrogged Russia to become Ukraine’s biggest single trading partner in 2019, with overall trade totaling $18.98 billion last year, a nearly 80 percent jump from 2013."https://t.co/dDmVIv7Dok
— Harry Litman (@harrylitman) March 1, 2022
While all eyes are on #Ukraine, China is quietly preparing a new push for a centralised, state-controlled internet at #WTSA20. The proposal is likely to receive the backing of many African countries and fits in the Russian-US competition for leading @ITU.https://t.co/vGYprmXHM3
— Luca Bertuzzi (@BertuzLuca) February 28, 2022
— Derek J. Grossman (@DerekJGrossman) February 28, 2022
Is it true that most Chinese support #Russia's war? Or is it a lie made up by anti-China activists?
An interview with citizens in Beijing may help us get the full picture.
"I think Ukraine would be better off returning to Russia's rule." said a man. #StandWithUkraine pic.twitter.com/9oGbFjiZIO
— Chuck-Han Hsü (@MrChuckhan) March 1, 2022
The butterfly effect or how #Putin’s war in #Ukraine may affect #China’s economy in a year that is crucial for #XiJinping. Thanks @BeijingPalmer for suggesting this great article idea!#BRI #NewEurasianLandBridge #NewSilkRoad https://t.co/nFd1EMhZQs
— Andreea Brinza (@Andreebrin) March 1, 2022
Despite US sharing intelligence to China to get Xi to persuade Putin not to invade, Xi failed to recognize Russia's aim of full invasion until it happened — Aides to Xi are reluctant to bring information and analyses contrary to his policy for fearhttps://t.co/1wzb38QWzH
— Alfons López Tena (@alfonslopeztena) March 1, 2022
A small but increasingly bold contingent of anti war voices in China are rallying behind Ukraine. One scholar said he signed a now censored petition denouncing Putin bc he didn’t want the world “to be misled into thinking there is only one voice in China.” https://t.co/lTceGzBaog
— Lily Kuo (@lilkuo) February 28, 2022
#China's position on Ukraine conflict gets sharper. MOFA spokesperson Wang Wenbing sent a message to Russia: no actor should "recklessly harm the sovereignty and security of other countries out of seeking its own absolute military superiority and absolute security."
— Maximilian Mayer (@mayer_iras) February 28, 2022
Putin didn’t just invade the Ukraine on 2/24/2022, he officially ended the #petrodollar system. How? Remember, Russians don’t do anything without a plan. They and China have been prepping for this moment for years and are now ready:https://t.co/b7IYdVYepG
— Clarkii Stomias (@ClarkiiStomias) February 27, 2022
Fifth, while the U.S. should side with Ukraine—again, the means of doing so is a prudential judgment call—it's worth emphasizing the extent to which all of this is a distraction from China, which is by orders of magnitude the U.S.'s most urgent geopolitical threat.
— Josh Hammer (@josh_hammer) February 27, 2022
I thank President Tsai and the people of Taiwan for standing with Ukraine and risking backlash from Russia even as they are under daily pressure from China.
Their bravery is an inspiration. https://t.co/PK7HBWObus
— Rep. Colin Allred (@RepColinAllred) February 26, 2022
— AP Fact Check (@APFactCheck) February 26, 2022
— the Lemniscat (@theLemniscat) February 27, 2022
Here is the video from 2015, in Tianjin, China which Bild is passing off as Kiev, Ukraine.
Note: You can hear a man shouting:"No, Baby, oh no!" in both clips.https://t.co/aipnws7t0N pic.twitter.com/2LIZtFlEzw
— the Lemniscat (@theLemniscat) February 27, 2022
BREAKING: China lashes out at the U.S. after President Biden sends an American diplomatic delegation to Taiwan to show "robust support" amidst concerns that Putin's invasion of Ukraine may embolden China to invade Taiwan. RT IF YOU'RE PROUD TO SEE BIDEN STAND UP FOR DEMOCRACY!
— Occupy Democrats (@OccupyDemocrats) March 1, 2022
Ukrainian soldier has a message for all states that have territorial claims to the Russian Federation.
Ukraine is tying down most of the Russian Army right now and Russia showed that annexations are possible.
Moldova, Georgia, Japan and China can all take back what is theirs. pic.twitter.com/0d8QgAhYwK
— Visegrád 24 (@visegrad24) March 1, 2022
Ukraine Russia conflict highlights that geography matters. For India, with China on one side and Pakistan on the other, both nuclear enabled, our dependence on Russian military equipment, and US far away, we have challenges. One thing this war teaches for sure : be Atmanirbhar!
— Uday Kotak (@udaykotak) February 27, 2022
The U.S. Must Support Ukraine, But China Must Be Our Priority – TIME https://t.co/ZxB0cNVH3G
— Michael Ron Bowling (@mrbcyber) February 28, 2022
— Mediaite (@Mediaite) March 1, 2022
#Putin is a criminal,a murderer and an authoritarian thug who must be stopped
— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) March 1, 2022
— Newsmax (@newsmax) March 1, 2022
Exclusive | Vladimir Putin would not have invaded Ukraine if Trump were in power; China now has the last laugh: former US presidential advisor Michael Johns | Live: https://t.co/579mRSzGib
— Citti Media (@CittiMedia) February 28, 2022
China has always supported and encouraged all diplomatic efforts that are conducive to the peaceful settlement of the Ukraine crisis, and welcomes the launch of peace talks between Russia and Ukraine. pic.twitter.com/kbuJi18jXB
— Chinese Consulate-General in Melbourne (@ChineseCon_Mel) March 2, 2022
— Zhang Meifang张美芳 (@CGMeifangZhang) February 28, 2022
'Insights' from China:
A Chinese research group that advises President Xi Jinping says Russia can weather the sanctions it’s been hit with in recent days, and predicts the U.S. and European allies will wind up suffering for supporting Ukraine https://t.co/qI5imwS9u6
— Dmitri Alperovitch (@DAlperovitch) March 1, 2022
A Chinese news outlet accidentally leaked its own censorship instructions on🇷🇺-🇺🇦coverage:”China has to back Russia up w emotional & moral support while refraining fr treading on the toes of the US and EU,"a senior editor at the Xinhua News Agency, wrote” https://t.co/D9SikzksJT
— Sari Arho Havrén (@SariArhoHavren) February 27, 2022
In response to the current Ukraine crisis, the New Federal State of China and the Rule of Law Foundation are to cooperate with UN aid organizations to offer international humanitarian rescue assistance to those in need of voluntary evacuation. #NFSCrescue #UkraineRussiaWar pic.twitter.com/cuW4MCSTCM
— Himalaya Australia Gnews (@HAGnews2) March 1, 2022
Even the Chinese propaganda brainwashed Chinese people. But there are lots of brave man who stand out to tell the truth. This man is now in Ukraine but he is keeping issue truth via social media to against the abundance of fake news in China! Millions favored! pic.twitter.com/dehoCQIkGe
— ⛪️🌈上帝掌權🔯God Reigns✝️🐟🐟 (@Godreigns14) February 28, 2022