Anonymous US authorities purportedly told different media sources that Russia had requested that China give military help after it started the intrusion.
The Chinese unfamiliar service blamed the US for spreading disinformation. Russia denied asking Beijing for military assistance.
The trades preceded top US and Chinese authorities met in Rome.
US news sources, refering to Washington authorities, say that Russia has lately asked China explicitly for military gear, including drones.
In a CNN interview, US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said they were “imparting straightforwardly, secretly to Beijing that there will totally be ramifications for enormous scope sanctions avoidance endeavors or backing to Russia to inlay them”.
“We won’t permit that to go ahead and permit there to be a help to Russia from these monetary assents from any country, anyplace on the planet,” he said.
He added that while the US accepted China knew that Russian chief Vladimir Putin was “arranging something” before the intrusion occurred, Beijing “might not have gotten the full degree of it”.
“Since it’s entirely conceivable that [Mr] Putin deceived them the same way that he misled Europeans and others,” Mr Sullivan said.
Accordingly, a representative for the unfamiliar service in Beijing, Zhao Lijian, said the US had “been spreading disinformation focusing on China on the Ukraine issue, with vindictive aims”.
Inquired as to whether he could explain whether China had gotten a solicitation for military assistance from Russia, Mr Zhao said this was “phony news” however didn’t deny it straightforwardly. He added that China’s position had generally been predictable and that China was assuming a valuable part in advancing discussions.
President Putin’s representative Dmitry Peskov said reports Russia had asked China for military help were false.
“Russia has its own autonomous potential to proceed with the activity. As we said, it is working out as expected and will be finished on schedule and in full,” he said.
Mr Sullivan met Yang Jiechi, an individual from China’s top dynamic body, the Politburo and top of the Central Foreign Affairs Commission, on Monday in Rome. There was no prompt word on the substance of their conversations.
Before it got going Reuters news office cited a US official as saying that during the gathering, Mr Sullivan would explain the outcomes and disengagement China would confront assuming it expanded help for Russia.
China has up until this point shunned censuring Russia for the attack and has said Moscow’s “authentic security concerns” ought to be approached in a serious way.
At the point when the United Nations General Assembly casted a ballot to denounce Russia’s attack recently, China was one of 35 nations that went without.
In any case, Beijing simultaneously has communicated “unfaltering help” for Ukraine’s sway. It enjoys likewise called for harmony and has said it is prepared to assist with finishing the conflict through strategy. A few nations have encouraged China to do more to stop Russia’s attack.