Putin said Chinfing will come to Russia, relations will touch new boundaries; Bilateral trade likely to reach $200 billion
Putin said this about the development in relations between the two countries during his meeting with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi in the Kremlin. Said that the bilateral trade of both the countries has been better than expected in 2022.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that soon his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping will visit Moscow and then the relations between the two countries will reach new frontiers. This statement of Putin came after America expressed concern over the increasing proximity of Russia and China. The US fears that China may supply arms and ammunition to Russia in the midst of the Ukraine war.
This will further worsen the situation in Ukraine. Putin said this about the development in relations between the two countries during his meeting with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi in the Kremlin. Said that the bilateral trade of both the countries has been better than expected in 2022.
In 2022, the trade of both the countries has been 185 billion dollars, which is likely to touch the figure of 200 billion dollars in 2023. Putin told Wang that he looked forward to President Xi's visit to Moscow. There will be development in everything. We will reach new frontiers in bilateral relations. In the meeting, Wang Yi said, the relations between the two countries are under pressure from the unbalanced world order. But this situation is also creating many opportunities. During this, Wang did not name any country but his reference was towards America.
The Russian military has decided not to use the Zircon hypersonic missile in the maneuvers of Russia, China and South Africa going on in the sea near South Africa. Zircon missiles with a range of one thousand kilometers are deployed on Russian warships. This missile, which runs many times faster than sound, is capable of nuclear attack.
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