China and Russia agree to strengthen mutual trust

China and Russia agree to strengthen mutual trust
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20 September 2022
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Beijing, Sep 20 (Prensa Latina) China and Russia agreed to consolidate mutual trust and also to support each other in their respective development paths while seeking to expand cooperation in new sectors.

This consensus emerged during the 17th round of bilateral consultations on Security held in the eastern province of Fujian and led by Yang Jiechi, Foreign Affairs Director of the Communist Party (CPC), and Nikolai Patrushev, Secretary of the Security Council of the neighboring country.

The parties decided to work together to ensure global stability, consolidate comprehensive strategic partnership with each other and also coordination on issues of mutual interest, an official statement said.

Yang highlighted the progress of Beijing-Moscow relations in recent years and how their close communication made it possible to join forces in favor of preserving the international system guided by the United Nations, protecting the global order based on laws and promoting justice.

He stressed that the two states are an example because their ties are based on the principles of respect, peaceful coexistence and profit-sharing cooperation.

Among other issues, he stressed China’s willingness to raise ties to higher levels, make them more stable and jointly contribute to world peace.

According to the statement, Patrushev also expressed the importance Russia attaches to its relations with China, maintaining a strategic connection, expanding collaboration to more areas and interacting in international mechanisms.

He also reaffirmed support for the One China principle and wished success to the upcoming CPC Congress.

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