United Nations, November 16th Zhang Jun, China‘s permanent representative to the United Nations, said at the Security Council open meeting on Ukraine on the 16th that the Ukrainian crisis is protracted, expanded, and complicated, which has made the current highly tense international situation Further pressure will bring greater uncertainty to the world. The international community should jointly support the peaceful resolution of the crisis.
Zhang Jun said that the world today is undergoing major changes unseen in a century, and the Ukraine crisis and its spillover effects are a typical epitome of this change, highlighting the major challenges facing human development.
Zhang Jun said that he hoped that all parties concerned could meet each other halfway and conduct direct contact as soon as possible to create conditions for the resumption of negotiations. We should jointly prevent nuclear risks. The international community should advocate that nuclear weapons should not be used and nuclear wars should not be waged, so as to prevent nuclear crises in the Eurasian continent. We must work together to improve the humanitarian situation. China calls on all relevant parties to earnestly abide by international humanitarian law, spare no effort to avoid attacks on civilians and civilian facilities, and prevent a larger humanitarian crisis. We must jointly mitigate the spillover impact of the crisis, manage and control the huge impact of the Ukraine crisis on global energy, food, finance and other fields, and maintain the security and stability of the global industrial and supply chains.