Any transfer of weaponry from China to Ukraine would be significant, and it would likely mean the war is nowhere near concluding.

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Give credit where credit is due: National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan masterfully declassified intelligence ahead of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in order to take the wind out of the sails of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s propaganda. Thanks to the exposure of Putin’s intentions, not only the American audience but also much of the wider world recognized Russia as the aggressor and Ukraine as the victim. This held true even in countries like Iran where, despite their government’s support for Putin, ordinary people overwhelmingly see Ukraine as the victim and draw parallels between their own experience during the 1980-88 Iran-Iraq War and what Ukrainians experience today.

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The juxtaposition of that decision to declassify intelligence stands in sharp contrast with Sullivan’s silence on the growing evidence that China now supplies Russian forces with military equipment.

There is evidence, for example, that Ramzan Kadyrov’s Chechen Forces which operate under the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs and fight in Ukraine now operate China Tigers, an armored personnel carrier built by China’s Shaanxi Baoji Special Vehicles. Kadyrov posted photos of the Tigers on his Telegram account.

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