WATCH: White House press secretary Jen Psaki says China will face ‘consequences’ if it helps Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

The White House warns China will face “significant consequences” if it decides to help Russia economically or militarily in it’s war against Ukraine.

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Speaking at the White House press briefing Monday, Psaki wouldn’t expand on what those consequences might be. But she said the administration has conveyed to China that “should they provide military or other assistance” in support of Russia’s war effort, the U.S. and its allies are prepared to take action.

“There are a range of tools at our disposal in coordination with our European partners should we need to use them,” Psaki said.

The comments came after U.S. national security adviser Jake Sullivan met in Rome with senior Chinese foreign policy adviser Yang Jiechi, seeking clarity on Beijing’s posture and issuing a warning that assistance for would be costly for them.

Two administration officials said the U.S. had determined that China had signaled to Russia that it would be willing to provide both military support for the campaign in Ukraine and financial backing to help stave off the impact of severe sanctions imposed by the West.

Psaki also expressed the White House’s thoughts and condolences to Ben Hall, the Fox News reporter injured in Ukraine.

Hall was injured while reporting outside of Kyiv and has been hospitalized. The news comes two days after American journalist and documentary producer Brent Renaud was shot and killed in Ukraine.

Asked about a potential trip by President Joe Biden to Europe in the coming weeks, Psaki there has “not been any final decision about” a visit.

allow that to go forward,” he said. Russia, however, on Monday denied it needed China’s help.