BEIJING, March 5 (ChinaMil) -- The currently tense situations in Ukraine will not excert any impacts to China’s import of armaments from Ukrain, a political adviser from the military said Tuesday in an interview in Beijing, where the annual session of the 12th National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) commenced on Monday.
Major Gen. Zhu Heping, who is assistant dean of the Air Force Command College and also member of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), received an interview outside the conference venue on March 4.
With regard to the question whether the situations in Ukraine will affect China’s armament imports from Ukraine, Zhu held that the situations in Ukraine have not impaired its external relations, including that with China.
Zhu Heping said the problem that Ukraine faces is resulted from the long-term conflicts between its internal nationalities and historical reasons in the country and for now, the situations in Ukraine have not affected Ukraine’s external relations, including that with China.
Therefore, after the turmoil subsides, the various cooperation projects between Ukraine and China including those in military sectors will not be affected and the China’s armament imports from Ukraine will not be impaired, he added.