According to Hindu and others, days after the US trip, Prime Minister Narendra Modi called “on the initiative of the Indian side” to Vladimir Putin later in the week, “expressing support” for his actions against the “failed mutiny” in Russia. He also “informed Putin about his visit to Washington”.
The two also discussed the virtual summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), which will take place this Tuesday with the coordination of Modi and the participation of Putin and Chinese leader Xi Jinping. In it, as usual, the Indian indirectly criticized the Prime Minister of Pakistan, who was also present:
Shortly before the summit and with even greater repercussions, the Reuters agency reported that “India refineries start payments in yuan for oil imports from Russia”, echoed by Indians like Hindustan Times and the ABP channel and by Russians like Kommersant and RT.
Also Chinese like Guancha, this one adding the analysis “It is rare that good news comes suddenly from India”.
They have come more from Argentina. The Global Times and others hailed the “expanded use” of the Chinese currency by the country, which has opted for the yuan for a payment to the IMF, which “will accelerate its internationalization”.
In the South China Morning Post, “another small step” was taken with the release of accounts in Chinese currency in Argentine banks. It was featured by Clarín, La Nación, Ámbito Financiero and others from Buenos Aires. And on the digital Renmin Ribao in Spanish, Diario del Pueblo.
DILMA & CHINA
Former president Dilma Rousseff, now living in Shanghai and chairing the New Development Bank (BRICs Bank), participated in the World Forum for Peace at Tsinghua University, in Beijing, alongside Vice President Han Zheng.
Among other statements on Chinese portals, with his statements: “the United States abuses the privilege of the dollar to make it a weapon” (image above), “decoupling and eliminating risk [de-risk] are political weapons to prevent the rise of new actors”, “it is difficult to contain China as a [foi feito com] Japan”, “China’s achievements in poverty alleviation can serve as an example to the world”.
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