Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has said he plans to meet China's leader Xi Jinping to discuss Beijing's proposals on ending the war in Ukraine.
Speaking on the first anniversary of Russia's full-scale invasion, he said the
proposal signalled that China was involved in the search for peace.
"I really want to believe that China will not supply weapons to Russia," he said.
China's plan calls for peace talks and respect for national sovereignty.
However, the 12-point document does not specifically say that Russia must withdraw its troops from Ukraine, and it also condemns the usage of "unilateral sanctions", in what is seen as a veiled criticism of Ukraine's allies in the West.
The Chinese authorities have so far not publicly responded to Mr Zelensky's call for a summit with Mr Xi.
Meanwhile, Russia hailed the Chinese peace proposals. "We share Beijing's views," the foreign ministry in Moscow said in a statement.