DELTASION.com – China’s special envoy, Ambassador Li Hui, is
scheduled to visit Ukraine, Russia, Poland, France, and Germany next week.
This will be the first time that a high-ranking Chinese diplomat will visit
Ukraine since Moscow’s invasion in 2022. The tour is intended to facilitate
communication between all sides regarding the political resolution of the
The move demonstrates China’s commitment to promoting peace and its
willingness to play a constructive role in building more international
consensus on ceasefire, cessation of war, opening peace talks, and avoiding
the escalation of the situation.
Chinese Special Envoy Visits Ukraine: The Agenda
During his visit to Ukraine, Ambassador Li Hui will have a series of
meetings with Ukrainian officials to discuss ways to de-escalate the
conflict in Donbass and to find a peaceful resolution to the crisis. The
agenda for his visit is likely to include:
1. Meeting with Ukrainian President
Ambassador Li Hui is expected to meet with Ukrainian President Volodymyr
Zelensky to discuss the ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine and ways to
bring it to an end. The meeting will focus on ways to de-escalate the
situation and to find a peaceful resolution to the crisis.
2. Talks with Ukrainian Foreign Minister
Ambassador Li Hui is also scheduled to hold talks with Ukrainian Foreign
Minister Dmytro Kuleba. The discussions will focus on ways to improve
bilateral relations between China and Ukraine and to strengthen cooperation
in various fields.
3. Meeting with Representatives of the Self-Proclaimed Donetsk and Luhansk
During his visit to Ukraine, Ambassador Li Hui is expected to meet with
representatives of the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Luhansk People’s
Republics. The meeting will provide an opportunity to discuss ways to
achieve a ceasefire and to find a peaceful resolution to the conflict.
4. Visit to the Front Line in Donbass
Ambassador Li Hui is also expected to visit the front line in Donbass,
where he will meet with Ukrainian soldiers and observe the situation on the
ground. The visit will provide the envoy with a first-hand account of the
situation in the region.
China’s Role in Resolving the Ukraine Crisis
China has been following the situation in Ukraine closely and has been
actively involved in diplomatic efforts to resolve the crisis. In 2015,
China, along with Russia, France, Germany, and Ukraine, signed the Minsk
Protocol, which aimed to bring an end to the conflict in eastern Ukraine.
Since then, China has been working closely with all sides to find a peaceful
resolution to the crisis.
As a permanent member of the UN Security Council, China has played a key
role in ensuring international stability and peace. China’s commitment to
promoting peace and its willingness to play a constructive role in building
more international consensus on ceasefire, cessation of war, opening peace
talks, and avoiding the escalation of the situation are important steps
towards achieving peace in Ukraine.