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Samarkand/Beijing. In Uzbekistan, XI Jinping and Vladimir Putin practice the shoulder. The symbolism of the meeting alone should bring the alarm bells to shrill in Brussels and Washington.

Russlands Präsident Wladimir Putin (links) im Gespräch mit Chinas Präsident Xi Jinping (rechts) in Samarkand ⇥ Foto: Alexandr Demyanchuk/Pool Sputnik Kremlin/dpa © Alexandr Demyanchuk Russia's President Vladimir Putin (left) in conversation with China's President Xi Jinping (right) in Samarkand ⇥ Photo: Alexandr Demyanchuk/Pool Sputnik Kremlin/dpa XI Jinping First steps outside of their own national borders were strikingly bumpy. When the 69-year-old left his home after almost a thousand days of isolation, he almost stumbled down from the gangway at the Airport of Nur-Sultan. The video recordings filmed by Kazakh local television show a head of state that has to find its way back on the international parquet. already came up with extremely symbolic pictures on Thursday: China's head of state poses in Uzbek Samarkand at the Shanghaier Organization for Cooperation (SCO) with the heads of state from India, Pakistan, Iran and Russia. Originally, the SCO was founded as a Eurasian organization in the fight against terrorism in the early NEULLER years.

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Your alliance has so far consisted of eight members, which is now being expanded to include Iran. Belarus and Mongolia also hold a so -called observer status, other partner countries include Azerbaijan and Turkey.

with Russia and China as the center of the alliance, media attention in Samarkand is primarily aimed at the meeting of XI and Putin. The attempts by the United States and its allies to create an unipolar world "accepted completely ugly forms," ​​said Putin after the conversation. Xi replied that China was ready to set an example of a responsible world power together with Russia and to set a leading role in the rapid change of the world and sustainable and positive development. The Chinese president also assured Putin support for Russia's “core interests”, it was then said by the Chinese government. The explanation did not go into detail.

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Such statements clearly illustrate how far the Chinese-Russian shoulder should be reached. The economic win-win situation does not play an insignificant role: Beijing's state companies finally fill the vacuum that left the western commercial boy cottage-and import en masse Russian gas and oil at excellent conditions. It is also expected that both countries will soon seal the construction of a second gas pipeline.

But the actual core of the alliance is political. XI Jinping needs a partner at his side with whom he can build a front against the USA together. In antagonism compared to the West, the two heads of state are completely united. One may only remember that XI and Putin celebrated their “limitless friendship” in a 5,300 words long manifest a few weeks before the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

, however, Beijing will probably beware of actively delivering weapons to Russia. This would in fact a break with Europe that the People's Republic cannot afford. Almost in the monthly clock, the major international banks finally corrected their growth forecasts for China. In view of the continuing Corona Lockdown, a maximum increase in gross domestic product by three percent seems to be within 2022. What sounds solid, however, is only half of what the rising world power needs to keep their growing middle class on the rod.

The EU is in any case well advised to pursue the events in Uzbekistan with an eye. Because increasing fraternization between China and Russia is becoming increasingly becoming an economic risk. This applies in particular to Germany, whose companies depend disproportionately on access to the Chinese market. After all, the emergency no longer seems to be ruled out: that domestic businesses have to withdraw due to sanctions from the People's Republic.

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