China's Xi, Russia's Putin Agree To Bolster Friendly Cooperation

China's Xi, Russia's Putin Agree To Bolster Friendly Cooperation

Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed to work together to bolster friendly cooperation between the two countries, a tabloid affiliated with China's ruling Communist Party reported.

Andrew H. Sweet

The latest conversation was the second interaction between the two leaders within six weeks. Their frequent meetings show deepening mutual trust and deliver a heavy blow to Western attempts to split the China-Russia friendship.

Xi and Putin formally extended the China-Russia Treaty of Good-Neighborliness and Friendly Cooperation, signed in 2001, according to the official Xinhua News Agency.

China and Russia have injected positive energy into the international community through their close cooperation, as the world is entering a period of turbulence and change and human development is confronted with multiple crises, Xi told Putin.

The two nations have set a good example for a new type of international relations; Xi was quoted by Xinhua as telling Putin.

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