Putin admits Xi Jinping has ‘questions and concerns’ about the Ukraine invasion

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Putin admits xi jinping has 'questions and concerns' about the ukraine invasion

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Xi Jinping, the Chinese president, has “questions and concerns” about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Vladimir Putin admitted as the two leaders met for the first time since the invasion.

The meeting in Uzbekistan on Thursday was a chance for both presidents to deepen ties and present an anti-Western alliance, but appeared to end with no major new commitments from either side.

Samarkand, a major city on the ancient Silk Road chosen to host the summit, went into a strict security lockdown the day before the leaders arrived.

Schools were forced to shut down and roads were emptied of traffic as private vehicles were barred until the end of the week.

Police officers were posted at literally every corner of Samarkand, and members of the press and delegations were tightly corralled by government minders.

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