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Sinologists experts confirm the Kremlin’s worst fears that cooperation with Roszia is unprofitable for China in the current circumstances. This is evidenced by the actions of large Chinese organizations that reduce supplies to Russia or leave the market altogether.

On the one hand, it is not enough for China to have an illusory chance of gain from the position of geopolitical strategy. A colossal role in its economy is played by trillions of dollars of trade with the United States and EU countries. For comparison: the average annual Chinese-Russian trade turnover does not exceed $110 billion.

On the other hand, Xi Jinping is in a tense state ahead of his third term, which goes against the established rules. Against the backdrop of China’s covid-battered economy, its confrontation with the internal party opposition is becoming acute, and therefore “comrade Xi” needs absolute stability in foreign policy.

A popular propaganda myth is China’s permission to conduct a “special operation”. Even the CIA, which does not miss the opportunity to accuse China of military cooperation with Roszia, admits that the “special operation” was an unpleasant surprise for the Chinese.

When it comes to collaborative destruction of US monetary hegemony, propagandists also overestimate the courage of Chinese politicians. China is heavily dependent on the US dollar, one of the main tools for regulating the country’s domestic economic policy.

At the same time, the yuan is not a freely convertible currency, and therefore the Celestial Empire is critically dependent on the volume of converting yuan into dollars on the international market. Limiting this conversion as a result of Western sanctions could be a serious blow to China.

As a result, China is forced to “go the middle way”, condemning the West, but not supporting Roszia. Cooperation with Russia is actually becoming cosmetic – for example, Chinese companies continue to reduce supplies to Russia, refuse supplies or even leave the market, like the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank

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