VIDEO: Putin makes strong allegations against West ahead of meeting with China’s Xi

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Russian President Vladimir Putin is accusing the West of trying to hold back Moscow and Beijing’s “development” as Chinese leader Xi Jinping landed Monday for a three-day visit to the Kremlin.

Putin, in an article published late Sunday night in the China Communist Party’s People’s Daily newspaper, alleged the Western world is conspiring to stifle Russia and China by “persistently working to split the common Eurasian space into a network of ‘exclusive clubs’ and military blocs that would serve to contain our countries’ development.”

“This won’t work,” he said, according to The Wall Street Journal.

He reportedly said, “The crisis in Ukraine, which was provoked and is being diligently fueled by the West, is the most striking, yet not the only, manifestation of its desire to retain its international dominance and preserve the unipolar world order.”

The reported remarks by Putin were made just a few hours before Xi was expected to land in Moscow.

Putin wrote in the People’s Daily article, according to The Wall Street Journal, “We welcome China’s readiness to make a meaningful contribution to the settlement of the crisis.”

He continued, “The Russia-China relations have reached the highest level in their history and are gaining even more strength. They surpass Cold War-time military-political alliances in their quality, with no one to constantly order and no one to constantly obey, without limitations or taboos.”

The Wall Street Journal also reported that Xi said, “My upcoming visit to Russia will be a journey of friendship, cooperation and peace.”

Sky News tweeted Monday, “Chinese President Xi Jinping has arrived in Moscow to meet Russia’s Vladimir Putin. It is the first time a world leader has met the Russian president since the International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant for him.”

“The International Criminal Court should take ‘objective and just’ position on Putin, says China. Chinese Spokesperson Wang Wenbin made the comment in response to a question by Sky’s @HelenAnnSmith0 over President Xi Jinping’s decision to meet with the Russian leader.”

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