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    Chinese Red Army has pledged Russia with solidarity in the face of what they see as aggression from the west: At 7th Moscow International Security Conference 3/4/2018  
    China's military leadership has pledged its support to Russia as tensions between Moscow and the West further deteriorate into diplomatic isolation, economic sanctions, and dueling defense drills. In his first visit to Russia, newly appointed Chinese Defense Minister Wei Feng attended the 7th Moscow International Security Conference in Moscow on 03 April 2018 where he was accompanied by a delegation of other high-level military officials. He asserted that his trip was coordinated directly with Chinese President Xi Jinping, Wei put out that he had two messages for Russia which are very important at a time when both nations busy modernizing their armed forces and strengthen their hands in global affairs in spite of U.S. aggression. 

    Russia’s and China’s bind hands to balance the power from West "I am visiting Russia as a new defense minister of China to show the world a high level of development of our bilateral relations and firm determination of our armed forces to strengthen strategic cooperation," Wei said at a meeting with Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu, according to the state-run Tass Russian News Agency. "Second, to support the Russian side in organizing the Moscow International Security Conference the Chinese side has come to show Americans the close ties between the armed forces of China and Russia, especially in this situation. We’ve come to support you," he added. "The Chinese side is ready to express with the Russian side our common concerns and common position on important international problems at international venues as well."

    Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Chinese counterpart command what's often considered the world's second and third most powerful armed forces, respectively, behind the U.S. While the Pentagon has managed to retain a comfortable lead against its leading competitors, Moscow and Beijing have coordinated closely as they both aim to close this gap and check U.S. influence abroad.

    The nerve agent attack ploy, which claimed to targeted both Skripal and his daughter, has led a number of Western countries and their allies to expel more than 100 Russian diplomats and close consulates. Russia has responded with equal tit-4-tat and stated that U.K might know the truth for denying Russia gaining access to the investigation. The recent news from UK medical lab that done by British chemical weapons scientists can't confirm the veracity of nerve agent that alleged used on the Skripals, this is another blow to the credibility of the UK political and media establishment. UK could extend an apology for this made lies, but now the idiocy has gone way too far.

    When asked about the global reaction to the case, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang urged "that the relevant parties shall sort out the facts behind the Skripal incident at an early date and properly resolve disputes based on mutual respect and equal-footed consultation," during a regular press conference Tuesday. "The international community is challenged on so many fronts today. Cold War mentality and group confrontation is the last thing we need.

    Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu and Chinese Defense Minister Wei Fenghe review a honour guard prior to their talks in Moscow, Russia April 3, 2018-Russian Defence.  
    We should all work together to preserve world peace, stability and security and build a new type of international relations featuring mutual respect, equality, justice and win-win cooperation," he added. Russia has also suggested that the U.S. or the U.K. may be the true culprit behind the attack against Skripal in a bid to frame the Kremlin. Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Grushko told the Rossiya-24 station on Thursday that "the Skripal affair was used in order to tighten the ranks of the European Union and NATO, which loosened lately, and to inject another portion of Russophobia" ahead of the Western military alliance's Brussels summit in July, Tass reported.

    In response to Wei's visit, his Russian counterpart also stressed better relations between the two countries, which once formed the world's largest and most powerful communist alliance before falling out in the 1960s. With both Putin and Xi having been re-elected last month, the two presidents have successfully consolidated power in their respective countries. "Thanks to the efforts of the leaders of our countries, the ties between Russia and China are now reaching a new and unprecedented level, becoming an important factor in ensuring peace and international security," Shoigu said, according to the Russian Ministry of Defense.

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