China’s Xi to visit Russia for Putin talks
Chinese President Xi Jinping will travel to Moscow on Monday to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin. A Chinese foreign ministry spokesman said the leaders are expected to discuss major regional and international issues, bilateral trade, and their economic partnership. The visit will be Xi’s first trip to Russia in nearly four years. The countries have continued to strengthen their ties through joint military exercises, trade agreements, and frequent meetings.
Will the leaders discuss Ukraine? China has not explicitly condemned Russia’s invasion, but Beijing last month released a proposal on the war that calls for peace talks. The position paper also calls for an end to unilateral sanctions, and Beijing has said the territorial integrity of all countries should be respected.
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