Mark Feygin: China agreed with the United States on the surrender of Russia

China agreed with the United States of America on the fate of the Russian Federation.

Russian human rights activist Mark Feygin stated this during a conversation with Aleksey Arestovich, adviser to the head of the Office of the President of Ukraine.

He recalled that negotiations between Joe Biden and Xi Jinping should take place on the sidelines of the G20 summit.

“Two days before Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan, Biden called Xi Jinping and, in my personal opinion, they agreed on everything … Tell me, at whose expense, as they say, will the holiday be? What can Biden offer and what can he agree as a bonus for Xi? In my opinion, the conclusion is obvious. The answer is: it will be Russia. Everything will be done at Russia’s expense,” Mark Feygin said.

In his opinion, Russia is on the verge of no one taking it into consideration in this “triangle”.

In response, Arestovich recalled how, at the beginning of the war, the whole world wondered whether Russia would be able to win over China to its side.

“Everything, as you say, only the amount of these concessions and their direction will be even more upsetting for the Kremlin than they could think … They (the United States and China) will re-negotiate on a new architecture of the world order. And there will simply be no place for the Putin regime in it” – said Arestovich.

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