Russian President Vladimir Putin and President of the People’s Republic of China Xi Jinping will hold official talks at the Grand Kremlin Palace. On the second main day of the Communist Party of China’s general secretary’s state visit to Moscow, the leaders of the two powers have planned a heavy work schedule.
The Kremlin expects the topic of discussion between state leaders to be energy, military-technical cooperation, as well as trade and economic cooperation.
On Monday, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping ended in the Kremlin. Informal talks between the leaders of the two countries lasted more than four and a half hours. This is the first overseas visit by the leader of the People’s Republic of China after his re-election to .
Earlier, Professor of St. Petersburg University, Head of the Far Eastern History Department, Vladimir Kolotov, in a conversation with Zvezda, explained why Xi Jinping’s visit to Moscow showed the failure of the Western collective to isolate Russia. According to him, the meeting between the President of the Russian Federation and the President of China suggests that the time has come to agree on a common strategy to overcome the crisis. The orientalist also shared his opinion on whether the leaders of the two countries will discuss the conflict in Ukraine.
Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping’s post to hold official talks at the Grand Kremlin Palace
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