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China and Brazil jointly issued a six-point consensus on their common understanding of the Political Settlement of the Ukraine Crisis on Thursday, saying that "dialogue and negotiation are the only viable way out of the crisis".

"All parties should create conditions for the resumption of direct dialogue," the Foreign Ministry said in a statement of the consensus.

The two sides arrived at a consensus at the meeting between senior Chinese diplomat Wang Yi and Celso Amorim, special advisor to the president of Brazil, in Beijing on Thursday.

According to the consensus, both sides also stated their support for "an international peace conference recognized by Russia and Ukraine at an appropriate time, with the equal participation of all parties, and fair discussion of all peace proposals".

Members of the international community are welcome to support and endorse the common understandings, jointly provide a strong voice to cool the situation, and play a constructive role in promoting peace talks, they said.

During the talks, Wang, director of the Office of the Foreign Affairs Commission of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, noted that the world today is undergoing profound changes unseen in a century, with the international situation becoming chaotic and intertwined and hotspot issues emerging one after another.

China will fully support Brazil’s work as the rotating presidency of the G20 this year, and stands ready to work with Brazil and other G20 members to ensure the success of the G20 Rio Summit, Wang said.

Amorim said that Brazil and China share similar position on many major issues.

Brazil supports Latin America and China in strengthening cooperation, and is willing to closely coordinate and cooperate with China on multilateral platforms such as the United Nations, the G20 and BRICS to uphold multilateralism and oppose hegemonism, he added.

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