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China is fully confident in the future of Russia-China relations.


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Beijing, April 3 – Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Mao Ning told a press briefing Monday that Beijing is fully confident in the future development of Russia-China relations.
“China and Russia are committed to developing a new type of major power relationship based on mutual respect, peaceful coexistence and mutually beneficial cooperation. China-Russia relations are neither directed against third parties nor subject to the influence of any third party.” The diplomat said when asked to comment on the new concept of Russian foreign policy.
She stressed that Chinese President Xi Jinping paid a successful state visit to Russia last month, during which the heads of the two countries outlined an ambitious plan for the further development of Sino-Russian relations.

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“Currently, the two sides are comprehensively implementing a number of important agreements reached by the leaders of the two countries, and we are fully confident in the future development of Sino-Russian relations,” she said.
Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin approved a new concept of Russia’s foreign policy by his decree. It says that Russia does not consider itself an enemy of the West, does not isolate itself from it, and has no hostile intentions. At the same time, Moscow views the path of the United States as the main source of risks to its international peace and security. Attaches special importance to the all-round deepening of relations and coordination with China and India. The main goal in the near abroad is to turn the region into a region of peace, good neighborliness and prosperity.

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