Putin: Russia-China Contribute to Strengthening the Multipolar World. PHOTOS/TASS
MOSCOW – Relations between Moscow and Beijing contribute to strengthening the multipolar world. This was stated by the President of Russia Vladimir Putin at a meeting with the Chinese leader Xi Jinping Monday (20/3/2023).
“On the whole, our interactions on the international stage have undoubtedly contributed to strengthening the basic principles of the world order and the multipolar system,” the Russian leader emphasized, as quoted by the TASS news agency.
According to Putin, the two countries also have many issues for discussion in the field of economic interaction.
“Tomorrow we will be able to talk about it with the participation of our partners and partners. Today I am glad that you have considered it possible to take the time and come in the evening to calmly talk on all issues that interest us in an informal and friendly atmosphere,” said the Russian president That.
This is Xi’s 9th visit to Russia during his tenure as Chinese President. He landed at Vnukovo Airport, Moscow for a three-day official trip to Russia. This will be Xi’s first visit since Russia launched war in Ukraine last year.
“China will work with Russia to uphold true multilateralism, promote a multi-polar world and greater democracy in international relations, and help make global governance more just and fair,” Xi said.
“The growth of China-Russia relations not only brings tangible benefits to the two peoples, but also makes important contributions to the development and progress of the world,” the Chinese president said, according to the China daily Global Times.
“I believe that the visit will yield fruitful results, and inject new impetus into the healthy and stable growth of the coordination of the China-Russia comprehensive strategic partnership for a new era,” Xi said.
Calling Russia a “friendly neighbor,” Xi said: “I am very pleased to once again set foot on Russian soil (to) pay a state visit to the Russian Federation at the invitation of President Vladimir Putin.”
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