In a fresh interview with the Sunday Times, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson called on China to choose the side of “good” and join the global community by definitively condemning Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. He said failing to do so is akin to choosing the wrong side of World War 2.
Johnson described the ongoing war as a “battle between good and evil and said that Putin was trying to establish a new world order which was authoritarian.” He said: “As time goes on, and as the number of Russian atrocities mounts up, I think it becomes steadily more difficult and politically embarrassing for people either actively or passively to condone Putin’s invasion.”
“There are considerable dilemmas now for people who thought they could sit this one out, who thought they could sit on the fence.” Johnson further said it’s his believe that some within the CCP government are likely having doubts about China’s official stance – which has stopped short of even calling the conflict an “invasion” – but has merely referred to the “crisis”. Johnson asserted: “And, yes, I think that in Beijing you are starting to see some second thoughts.”
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