According to the report, China is providing military and dual-use technology to Russia for use in Ukraine, despite the international sanctions and export controls in place. This assistance has allowed the military of Moscow to continue its aggressive actions in Ukraine.
Based on the customs records cited in the report, China's state-owned defense companies have been shipping navigation equipment, jamming tools and fighter jet parts to Russian Government-owned defense companies. (Related: National security advisor: China providing weapons to Russia a "real mistake.")
The report emphasized the growing alliance between the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and the Kremlin. Since the partnership was first announced on February 4 last year, CCP General Secretary Xi Jinping has refrained from joining international sanctions against Russia for its invasion of Ukraine. This stance has provided Russia with an economic lifeline in Chinese markets.
Furthermore, the report revealed that China and Russia are reducing reliance on the dollar by increasingly settling their bilateral trade in China's yuan currency. China is also importing more Russian energy exports, including oil and gas rerouted from Europe.
Although the CCP denies sending military equipment to Russia, multiple reports suggest that the regime could be funneling lethal aid through proxies in the Middle East. The Chinese regime has allegedly falsified shipping documents to disguise military aviation equipment as civilian items, and intermediaries in the United Arab Emirates have been used to deliver dual-use drones to Russia.
Reports have emerged that Shanghai H Win, a Chinese manufacturer of military-grade protective gear, has been providing Russia with dual-use military technology. Customs data showed that Russian buyers have declared orders for hundreds of thousands of bulletproof vests and helmets matching those listed in the online catalog of Shanghai H Win.
Dual-use technology, which can have both civilian and military uses, allows the Chinese to maintain plausible deniability and makes it challenging for Western countries to directly accuse them of helping the Russians. Meaning, China has found a loophole in the West's attempts to hobble the Russian armed forces.
Russia has imported more than $100 million-worth of drones from China so far this year, which is 30 times more than Ukraine. And Chinese exports to Russia of ceramics, a component used in body armor, increased by 69 percent to more than $225 million, while exports of the same product to Ukraine dropped by 61 percent to a mere $5 million.
"What is very clear is that China, for all its claims that it is a neutral actor, is in fact supporting Russia's positions in this war," said Helena Legarda, a lead analyst specializing in Chinese defense and foreign policy at the Mercator Institute for China Studies, a Berlin think tank.
"Then there's this situation that we're in at the moment, all these dual-use components or equipment and how you handle those. I would not expect the EU [European Union] to be able to agree to sanctions on that."
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