June 8, 2023


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Xi Jinping’s last words to Putin in Moscow.  Everything is recorded [WIDEO]

Xi Jinping’s last words to Putin in Moscow. Everything is recorded [WIDEO]

The Chinese leader’s visit to the Russian capital has sparked worldwide interest. It is true that Xi and Putin signed 14 economic agreements, and recognized the Russian presidentThat the Chinese “peace plan” should be the basis for ending the war in Ukraine, but the Chinese have not yet given the green light to Putin’s most important project, the “Power of Siberia-2” gas pipeline.

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However, China and Russia issued a “common position that deepens comprehensive and strategic partnership”, and cameras also recorded the confirmation of the items contained therein in the latest exchange of views between Xi and Putin on Russian soil.

“Currently, changes are taking place that we haven’t seen in 100 years,” Xi said as he bid farewell to Putin. “We are driving these changes together,” he added.

Putin was not beholden to the Chinese leader. He replied, “I totally agree with that.” – Take care, my friend, he added at the end of the conversation.

Earlier on Tuesday, Xi met Putin at a state banquet. At its conclusion, the Chinese leader decided to raise a toast to the health of the Russian president.

– For the further development of Sino-Russian relations from strategic partnership and interaction in the new era, for the prosperity, development and happiness of our peoples, for the friendship between our peoples from generation to generation, For the health of President Putin and all those present. Let’s drink to the bottom! He said something.

This gesture did not go unnoticed by Putin, who assured that Russian-Chinese cooperation would continue. – I raise a toast to the health of our friend, His Excellency the President of the People’s Republic of China and all members of the Chinese delegation. For the prosperity of the peoples of Russia and China! Putin said.

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sources: Twitter, onet