Xi Jinping called on regional leaders to stop US hegemony

Last Updated on July 6, 2024 9:22 am

The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Security Summit is underway in Kazakhstan. Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping held a meeting on the sidelines of this.

The two top leaders met on Wednesday to discuss strategies to counter US hegemony around the world. In the meeting, Xi Jinping urged the heads of state of the member countries to stop US hegemony.

The security summit comes at a time when China and Russia are strengthening their ties. During Putin’s visit to Beijing in 2022, China announced that there would be no demarcation in its relationship with Russia. China has maintained a kind of silence over its ally Russia’s war in Ukraine.

In this conference, both countries have carried out anti-American propaganda. At the same time, he stressed on strengthening relations between friendly countries.

Regarding the Putin-Xi meeting, Kremlin official Yuri Ushakov said, “We believe that the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), along with the second important organization BRICS, are the main pillars of the new world order.” The driving force behind the establishment of a truly multidimensional world system.’

On the other hand, Xi said on China’s state broadcaster TV, “We should work together to prevent external interference … and firmly secure our own future and destiny, as well as play our role in regional peace and development.”

BRICS is led by Russia and China. Its other members are Brazil, India, South Africa, Ethiopia, Egypt, Iran, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates.

On the other hand Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) is an international alliance consisting of 9 member states and 4 observers from Euro-Asia. It was founded on 26 April 1996 as the Shanghai Five. Both coalitions are known to be anti-Western bloc.

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