EU leaders send a message to China to stop Putin


Italy’s Prime Minister Mario Draghi speaking to journalists in Brussels.

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BRUSSELS, Belgium — EU leaders had one message for Beijing as they gathered in Brussels to discuss new sanctions against Russia: stop President Vladimir Putin.

Chinese authorities have so far refused to fully condemn Russia’s unprovoked invasion of its neighbor and have supported Moscow’s complaints about NATO expansion.

United States officials have also said that Russia has asked China for military and economic support — something that the Kremlin and Beijing have both denied.

Speaking to CNBC Thursday, Italy’s Prime Minister Mario Draghi said: “China is [the] most important…


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