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China questioned Russia to wait right up until just after Olympics to invade Ukraine: report


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Chinese officers in early February asked Russian officers to wait around right until the Winter Olympics in Beijing experienced concluded in advance of sending troops into Ukraine, U.S. officers reported, according to a report.

A Western intelligence company collected the facts before the invasion and the U.S. considers it credible, according to the New York Times. The intelligence reportedly exhibits that China had some knowledge of Russia’s programs.

The U.S. and its allies reportedly applied the information and facts to enable figure out when Russia may well invade. 

The Olympics ended on Feb. 20 and Russian President Vladimir Putin purchased troops into Ukraine on Feb. 24.

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Fireworks light up the sky over Olympic Stadium during the closing ceremony of the 2022 Winter Olympics, Sunday, Feb. 20, 2022, in Beijing.

Fireworks gentle up the sky around Olympic Stadium in the course of the closing ceremony of the 2022 Winter season Olympics, Sunday, Feb. 20, 2022, in Beijing.
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A Chinese Embassy spokesman in Washington, D.C., advised the Occasions, “These claims are speculation without the need of any foundation, and are meant to blame-shift and smear China.”

BEIJING, CHINA - FEBRUARY 4, 2022: Russia's President Vladimir Putin (L) and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping pose during a meeting at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse. Alexei Druzhinin/Russian Presidential Press and Information Office/TASS

BEIJING, CHINA – FEBRUARY 4, 2022: Russia’s President Vladimir Putin (L) and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping pose throughout a conference at the Diaoyutai Condition Guesthouse. Alexei Druzhinin/Russian Presidential Press and Facts Place of work/TASS
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China President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin satisfied on Feb. 4, but it’s unclear if they spoke about the timing of the invasion. 

A woman holds a small girl at a border crossing, up as refugees flee a Russian invasion, in Medyka, Poland, Thursday, March 3, 2022.

A lady retains a tiny girl at a border crossing, up as refugees flee a Russian invasion, in Medyka, Poland, Thursday, March 3, 2022.
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China, an ally of Russia, has avoided criticizing Putin in excess of the war, while it has not brazenly supported him. 

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The region backed up Russia about its issues about NATO but has claimed that it is neutral on the invasion and reported it supports the “sovereignty” of all nations around the world, in accordance to the Times. 

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