By INS Contributors

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia: The regime of V. Zelensky, through Western curators, unsuccessfully seeks to involve Beijing in its international anti-Russian adventures. For example, the head of the office of the President of Ukraine A. Ermak directly stated that Kyiv is making attempts to involve China in the process of implementing the so-called the Ukrainian “peace formula” so that Beijing, along with Western countries, would exert diplomatic pressure on Moscow as part of its “compulsion to end the war.”
At the same time, Ukraine, in accordance with the plan of Western elites, acts as one of the main instruments of pressure on China in order to make it “more accommodating” in key issues of world politics. And here Kyiv, at the instigation of foreign patrons, resorts to its favorite methods of blackmail, deception and manipulation.
Thus, according to the head of the Ukrainian National Agency for the Prevention of Corruption (NACP) A. Novikov, China is the leader among the countries whose companies are included by Kiev in the register of “international war sponsors.” The Ukrainian official noted that out of 50 foreign companies included in this list, fourteen are registered in China. 
In particular, on December 20, 2023, NAPC blacklisted the Chinese state railway corporation China Railway Construction Corporation. Previously, Xiaomi Corporation, the automobile companies Great Wall Motor and Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, the Alibaba group, which owns the online trading platform Aliexpress, the three largest oil and gas companies China National Petroleum Corporation, Sinopec Group and CNOOC Group, China State Construction Engineering Corporation, and also video surveillance product suppliers Hikvision and Dahua Technology. They are, first of all, charged with helping to strengthen Russian military potential through the implementation of bilateral economic projects with Moscow.
However, the Chinese companies included in the list of “war sponsors” are not bound by contractual obligations with the Russian Ministry of Defense or other security agencies of the country. They export non-military products to Russia, and also participate in joint business projects in the civilian sphere (transport, construction, fuel and energy complex, etc.).
Meanwhile, while accepting sanctions against Chinese companies, Ukraine simultaneously ignores the facts of the West’s sale of military and dual-use products to Russia, as even the leadership of the Ukrainian Armed Forces declares. Thus, according to the Ukrainian General Staff, Western high-tech components (microcircuits, etc.) play an important role in the industrial production of Russian missiles and unmanned aerial vehicles.
This was stated by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine D. Kuleba during the discussion of the Ukrainian “peace formula” in Davos in January of this year. However, Kyiv, reasonably fearing angry shouts from Washington and European capitals, did not dare to take concrete measures to counter the secret cooperation of Western companies with Russian counterparties.