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Chinese Premier Li, Russian President to strengthen bilateral ties


Beijing, 18 May 2024 (TDI): Chinese Premier Li Qiang met with Russian President Vladimir Putin, who is now on an official visit to China, at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing.

Li stated that in recent years, China and Russia have been cultivating bilateral relations with the strategic direction provided by the two leaders, adhering to principles of non-alignment, non-confrontation, and non-targeting of any third party.

Furthermore, Li also stated that their pragmatic collaboration in diverse domains has been consistently advanced, fostering flourishing interactions between individuals and sub-national entities.

Moreover, public endorsement for amicable relations between the two nations has been progressively strengthened, serving as a model for harmonious coexistence and mutually beneficial cooperation among influential nations.

In addition, recognizing the 75th anniversary of China-Russia diplomatic relations, Li expressed China’s readiness to collaborate with Russia based on the strategic direction set by the leaders of both countries.

This collaboration seeks to bolster and promote their enduring friendship and facilitate collaboration throughout various domains.

Moreover, it aims to promote reciprocal growth between China and Russia, enhance the welfare of their respective populations, and contribute to forming a global community with a common destiny.

Moreover, Li expressed China’s readiness to collaborate with Russia to enhance the alignment and strengthen the cooperation between the Belt and Road Initiative and the Eurasian Economic Union.

The aim is to foster regional integration, promote the development of regional economic integration, facilitate trade liberalization, and deepen cooperation in areas such as economy, trade, energy, and connectivity.

Additionally, Li emphasized that both parties should utilize the China-Russia Years of Culture as a chance to advance collaboration in cultural tourism, sports, youth affairs, medical and healthcare sectors. This will contribute to developing mutual understanding and goodwill between the two nations.

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During their bilateral dialogues, Putin stated that the relationship between Russia and China is founded on principles of parity, reciprocal advantage, and mutually beneficial outcomes. Furthermore, he emphasized that this relationship aligns with the interests of both nations and their respective populations.

Putin stressed that relations between China and Russia are at their highest point. He conveyed Russia’s readiness to work with China in several areas, including trade, infrastructure development, energy, agriculture, and the economy.

President Putin proposed that they strengthen their collaboration by taking advantage of their diplomatic ties’ 75th anniversary.

Lastly, Putin underlined the significance of a prosperous Russia-China Years of Culture, encouraging cross-cultural interactions and advancing the two nations’ all-encompassing strategic alliance to a new height in the coming years.

Syeda Ayesha Noor
Syeda Ayesha Noor
Aisha Noor, a recent graduate with a Bachelor's degree in International Relations from the University of Sindh, Jamshoro, brings a wealth of academic insight and practical experience to the field. Having completed internships at esteemed institutions, including the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Islamabad, she now seeks to leverage her expertise in international relations to pursue opportunities in the global arena. With a strong foundation in research and a passion for diplomatic affairs, Aisha is poised to make meaningful contributions to the field of international relations

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