Chinese President ends his state visit and departs Russia
On Wednesday, 22 March, Chinese President Xi Jinping concluded his state visit to Moscow and left Russia. On the occasion of the departure of the Chinese leader, a ceremony was held at Vnukovo-2 airport, as reported by TASS.
On Tuesday, 21 March, the Chinese President and Russian President Vladimir Putin held official talks. The politicians discussed the development of partnership between Russia and China in various fields, including trade, energy, network security and artificial intelligence. They also reviewed bilateral investment projects. Xi and Putin agreed that the prospects for cooperation between Russia and China are limitless.
Following the talks, the two sides signed two joint statements on deepening bilateral relations entering a new era and on developing economic cooperation until 2030.
In addition, a number of documents were signed at the level of governments and ministries of the two countries.
At the invitation of the Russian president, Xi arrived in Moscow on Monday afternoon for a three-day state visit to Russia. The same day, the Chinese leader met with Putin at the Kremlin and exchanged views with the Russian leader on bilateral relations. The official part of the visit took place on Tuesday, 21 March. Before the talks with the president, the Chinese president met with Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin.
Photo: Xinhua News Agency
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