Spanish Prime Minister Sanchez will meet with Xi next week.

(Associated Press)

[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] The meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin a few days ago has deepened international doubts about China's bias towards Russia on the issue of the Ukrainian-Russian conflict.

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, who is about to visit China, said that when he met with Xi Jinping, he would emphasize that the basis of the Ukraine-Russia peace agreement should be based on Ukraine's decision.

The Guardian reported that Sanchez will visit China next week and meet with Xi Jinping.

On Thursday local time when he attended the EU summit in Brussels, he told reporters that China is one of the main promoters of global issues, and he also thanked China for inviting him to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Spain and China.

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Sanchez changed the subject, saying that his meeting with Xi would inevitably discuss the global crisis caused by Russia's invasion of Ukraine. When it comes, it will be up to Ukraine itself to set the terms."

Sanchez said that another most important and fundamental thing is to maintain the international order based on the rule of law, which relies on respect for the UN Charter. One of the fundamental principles is respect for territorial integrity. In the Ukraine-Russia conflict, it is respect for Territorial integrity of Ukraine violated by Putin.