17 mar 2023 10:01 am
Chinese President Xi Jinping will travel to Russia next week at the invitation of Vladimir Putin. Among other things, a “series of important bilateral documents” are to be signed, according to the Kremlin.
Chinese President Xi Jinping will visit Moscow March 20-22 at the invitation of President Putin, the Kremlin’s press service said on Friday. “During the talks, topical issues of further development of comprehensive partnership relations and strategic cooperation between Russia and China will be discussed,” the statement said. In addition, the two politicians are expected to sign several important bilateral documents.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry said the visit is intended to boost mutual trust and understanding. Strategic and practical cooperation between Russia and China should be promoted, said a spokesman for the agency.
Most recently, Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping held talks in video format in December 2022. At that time, Putin had invited the Chinese head of state to Moscow. The visit “will demonstrate to the world the strength of Russian-Chinese relations” and “will be the most important political event of the year in bilateral relations,” Putin said at the time.
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