BREAKING: In A Statement, A Former Chinese Communist Party Official Claims That Russia Has Already Lost The War With Ukraine

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At a recently held seminar, Gao Yusheng, who is a former Chinese Communist Party ambassador to Ukraine, stated that Russia “had already lost the Russia-Ukraine War.” His interpretation of the war’s source and progress differs significantly from the pro-Russia rhetoric of China’s communist state.

He also predicted that Russia will be ejected from key international organizations, as well as a fresh wave of “de-Russification” in former Soviet Union countries, in his address. The China International Finance 30 Forum and the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences International Studies Department recently hosted an internal online seminar on the impact of the Russia-Ukraine conflict on China and the global situation.

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Gao, who served as the regime’s ambassador to Ukraine from 2005 to 2007, has now been asked to speak. He served throughout the former Soviet Union and nations that were once Soviet member states during his more than a 30-year diplomatic career.

Since Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24, the conflict has not concluded in the week that many predicted. According to Gao, Russia has not been able to defeat Ukraine swiftly, and Russia’s economic might is disproportionate to its so-called “military superpower” reputation, and the war’s delay has put a strain on the country’s economy.

Gao added that contemporary combat is “mixed warfare,” which encompasses sectors such as military, economic, political, diplomatic, public opinion, propaganda, intelligence, and others and that Russia “has already lost” in all spheres, and that defeat is simply a matter of time. Russia’s foreign policy, according to Gao, is “a blend of the previous Soviet Union and the Tsarist Empire.”

The Putin regime’s foreign policy revolves around “seeing the former Soviet Union republics as its exclusive area of influence, and restoring the empire through ‘unification’ ruled by Russia.” He also stated that President Vladimir Putin’s alleged resurrection of Russia is a “false idea that does not exist.”

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He claims that Russia has never really acknowledged the independence, sovereignty, and territorial integrity of other former Soviet governments, and as a result has “often violated their territory and sovereignty,” posing the biggest danger to Eurasia’s peace, security, and stability.

Qin Peng, a Chinese affairs analyst living in the United States, remarked on his YouTube channel “Qin Peng Time” that Gao’s research invalidated Russia’s justifications for invading Ukraine, such as “denazification” and “demilitarization.” The video of Gao’s statement was widely circulated on Chinese social media, but it was quickly removed.

On May 11, the Chinese regime’s Hong Kong-based media “Phoenix News Media” released a modified version of Gao’s speech, apparently edited by him. The piece sparked a firestorm of debate on social media. However, the article was quickly removed as well.

“Why the Chinese communist regime is so afraid and has to censor Gao’s speech from the entire Internet, I believe it is also because he implicitly stated that the international order will be restructured, and both communist China and Russia will be excluded from some important international organizations, and their influence in the world will decline,” Qin said.

“Gao’s statement demonstrates that the Chinese government essentially sees it this way: Russia will be beaten, its standing as a great power will be severely diminished, Ukraine will shift toward the West, and the Chinese regime’s status would be severely impacted,” he continued.

“That’s why we’ve recently seen the Chinese regime eager to adjust its foreign policy, including inviting the Ukrainian foreign minister to give an interview to its official media, Xinhua News Agency, discussing the Russian invasion; Chinese official media publish articles that positively reported Zelenskyy; and the regime’s spokesperson Zhao Lijian has shown a relatively friendly attitude toward the United States.”

The G-7 nations also urged China to refrain from assisting Russia, such as by weakening international sanctions or rationalizing Moscow’s actions in Ukraine. They urged Beijing should defend Ukraine’s sovereignty and independence rather than “help Russia in its assault.”

The G-7 encouraged China to “stop manipulating information, misinformation, and other tactics to justify Russia’s actions against Ukraine.” The coalition, which includes the UK, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, and the US, also restated its position that Russian-seized regions must be restored to Ukraine.

They declared, “We will never accept boundaries that Russia has sought to modify by armed aggression.” Officials gathered in Weissenhaus, northeast of Hamburg, to address the war’s larger geopolitical, energy, and food security consequences, as well as ongoing international efforts to combat climate change and the pandemic. The G-7 nations also addressed a wide variety of global issues, from the situation in Afghanistan to Middle East tensions, in a series of concluding comments.

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