This is written by the newspaper South China Morning Post.

According to TASS, the article also says that China's peace proposals were perceived in the West as pro-Russian because of the reluctance to condemn Russia and ask it to leave Ukraine.

Earlier, the coordinator for strategic communications of the White House, John Kirby, said that the results of the meeting of Russian and Chinese leaders Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping do not give the United States great expectations for the imminent end of the Ukrainian conflict.

On March 21, Russian President Vladimir Putin, following talks with the Chinese president, said that many provisions of the Chinese peace plan could be taken as a basis for resolving the conflict in Ukraine, when Kiev and the West are ready for it.