Russia has issued multiple sanctions against Hillary Clinton, President Joe Biden and his son Hunter, plus several other top administration officials.
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s government announced the sanction that also target Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki.
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The reports come after the United States warned China against helping Russia with military assistance.
The Chinese regime is moving very cautiously amid threats of sanctions if they give too much aid to the Russian military.
According to recent reporting, Russia has reached out and requested help from China as the invasion of Ukraine drags on.
Items they asked for included food in the form of MREs, drones, bombs, and equipment like tires after several vehicles have fallen out of commission.
Atlas Organization founder Jonathan D.T. Ward told Fox Business:
“The White House has warned China not to provide Russia with an economic lifeline as the Kremlin steps up its onslaught on Ukraine.
“The U.S. says it fears China, a key strategic ally of Moscow, may seek to cushion the impact of measures designed to destroy Russia’s economy if the war continues.
“I think the United States has already been in a process of a gradual sort of smaller-scale sanctions on China.
“I mean, you’ve seen a wide variety of companies wind up on the entities list, on investment bans, that sort of thing, but I think it just has to go farther on that.
“I mean, you have to begin to, I think, take a wider view of sanctions on China.
“I mean, not just the ones that are involved in civil, you know, human rights abuses and civil-military fusion, but also the ones that are the foundations for their military, enterprise, and strategic industries.
“I mean, there are a whole lot of, you know, you can buy into the Chinese shipbuilding industrial base on iShares.
“I mean, that shouldn’t be possible. You know, you can buy into state banks that are funding the Belt and Road too through BlackRock, and that shouldn’t be possible, either.
“These sorts of things, the flow of American capital into China is still going full force. That’s where I would start.
Russia sanctioned Biden and Blinken. I can only imagine how devastated both of them will be. pic.twitter.com/y8y9n8Sojd
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China’s foreign minister, Wang Yi, says Beijing wants to avoid being impacted by U.S. sanctions over Russia’s war with Ukraine.
“China is not a party to the crisis, nor does it want the sanctions to affect China,” Wang said Monday during a call with Spanish counterpart Jose Manuel Albares to discuss the crisis in Ukraine.
“China has the right to safeguard its legitimate rights and interests.”
His comments are seen as one of Beijing’s most explicit statements yet on the unprecedented barrage of international sanctions imposed against Russia’s corporate and financial system.
The measures came in response to the Kremlin’s full-scale offensive into Ukraine, which began Feb. 24.
The White House has warned China not to provide Russia with an economic lifeline as the Kremlin steps up its onslaught on Ukraine.
The U.S. says it fears China, a key strategic ally of Moscow, may seek to cushion the impact of measures designed to destroy Russia’s economy if the war continues.