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‘The EU makes wrong assumptions’

Last week’s EU-China summit ended without any tangible results (China.Table reported). In public perception, the buck was mostly passed to Beijing. This is because Chinese foreign policy has stubbornly refused to join international sanctions against Russia. But there are reasons for China’s passiveness in the Ukraine war, two leading experts stressed at a Table.Media event on Thursday. The topic of our Table.Live Briefing event was “Assessing the EU-China Summit Confirmation”.

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