Chinese President Xi Jinping and his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, held a meeting after the inauguration of the Third New Silk Roads Forum, which is being held in the Chinese capital.
In search of consensus in Beijing. Chinese President Xi Jinping has asked his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, for “joint efforts to safeguard international justice.” Both held a meeting after the inauguration of the III New Silk Roads Forum, which is being held in the capital of China. The meeting took place at a time of geopolitical crisis fueled by the conflict between Israel and Hamas.
“In the current difficult conditions, close coordination of foreign policy is especially necessary, which is what we are doing. Today, we also talk about all this, including our bilateral relations,” declared Vladimir Putin, President of Russia.
“China is willing to work with Russia to accurately grasp the general trend of history, to follow the trend of global development, always place ourselves within the fundamental interests of our two peoples, continuously enrich the implications of the era for the bilateral cooperation, embody the responsibilities of major countries and contribute strongly to the development and revitalization of our two countries, safeguard international equity and justice, and promote the common development of the world,” said Xi Jinping, President of China.
Dozens of leaders, including Putin, have attended an event in which China tries to strengthen ties with the so-called ‘Global South’ with multimillion-dollar investment projects that, at times, have been criticized for the risk of debt they entail.