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Putin’s trip to China/ two defense ministers accompanying him

The political adviser of the Russian President announced that Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping will discuss the situation in Ukraine and the Middle East and the international cooperation between Moscow and Beijing, and the former and current defense ministers of Russia will also participate in their closed discussions.
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According to the report of the international group Tasnim news agency quoting “Tass” news agency, Yuri Ushakov, adviser to the Russian president on political affairs, announced the details of the upcoming visit of Russian leader Vladimir Putin to China, which will take place on May 16-17 (May 27-28). In a press conference, he mentioned that this will be Putin’s first trip abroad after being re-elected and taking office of the new government.

According to Ushakov, Putin During this trip, he is going to visit the two cities of Beijing and Harbin, and this trip started with an official ceremony, and after that, the talks between the leaders of the two countries, first in a limited format, and then in an expanded format with the presence of some members of the Russian government. The dialogue will continue.

This Kremlin official added: Considering that China has taken the position of Russia’s foreign trade partner since 2010, the priority in this part of Negotiations will further develop commercial and economic relations between the two countries. In the international context, the two sides will have an in-depth exchange of views on issues related to cooperation in various international structures, including the United Nations.

Ushakov said that Putin from Xi Jin Ping is officially invited to attend the BRICS summit in Kazan in October, although the Chinese side has already expressed its initial consent to this participation.

Yuri Ushakov recalled that Andrey Belusov, the new Russian Defense Minister, and Sergei Shoigu, the Secretary of the Russian Security Council and Minister The former defense will participate in the informal meeting between Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping.

Ushakov emphasized that it is likely that Putin and Xi Jinping will raise most issues during informal talks. align:justify”> Sergei Lavrov, the candidate for the position of the Russian Foreign Minister, also emphasized in a meeting in the Federation Council (Senate) yesterday that Vladimir Putin’s visit to China will strengthen cooperation between Moscow and Beijing. “I can boldly say that Moscow and Beijing play the most important balancing and stabilizing role in world affairs,” he said. And I am sure that the President’s visit to China will strengthen this joint cooperation.”

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