Watch for Chinese leaders to meet with Russia to reiterate a joint stance against the US West.

Watch for Chinese leaders to meet with Russia to reiterate a joint stance against the US-West. from President Xi they can use the opportunity to meet to emphasize their own political influence Meanwhile, President Putin will show Russia’s stance more towards Asia.

Chinese President Xi Jinping is expected to leave the country for the first time in more than two years since the start of the coronavirus. In Wuhan in 2019, he is expected to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin at a time when the international community is punishing Russia as an invader of Ukraine.

Reuters detailed President Xi’s travel plans to visit Kazakhstan on Wednesday before attending the China-led Shanghai Cooperation Organization forum. in Samarkand Uzbekistan At the end of the week, President Xi will meet with Russian President Putin.

So far, the Russian and Chinese authorities have not disclosed the details of the discussions between the two leaders. But Xi’s foreign visit was seen as a demonstration of Xi’s confidence. He will be crowned China’s supreme leader for a third term, and his status as China’s supreme leader will be guaranteed at the 20th Congress of the Communist Party of China. which will take place on 16 October

Political analysts believe that in his meeting with the Russian leader, Xi may use the opportunity to emphasize his political influence. While President Putin would show Russia’s stance that is more oriented towards Asia. Importantly, this meeting It allows the two leaders to stand against the United States and the West together.

If you look at it, you can see that President Xi and President Putin They met 38 times as the leader of the country. by the last time The meeting between the two leaders was held in February this year. during the opening ceremony of the Beijing Winter Olympics by President Putin Traveling to Beijing alone This is a few weeks before Russia invaded the Ukraine with troops on 24 February.

in that meeting the two leaders announced an unlimited alliance. The statement will support each other on issues related to Ukraine and Taiwan. and will unite against the Western nations And all the time China remains committed to this declaration. Nor did he condemn Russian military operations in Ukraine.

President Putin It clearly shows that Russia is adopting a policy aimed at fostering more relations with Asia. After Russia faced serious economic sanctions from the West in the past. Especially in energy, which is an important export product that generates income for Russia. and Western sanctions on Russian oil and gas. Causing Russia to turn to Asian buyers

last week President Putin announced that Gazprom, the country’s largest natural gas company. An agreement has been reached to export gas to China through Mongolia In the project to transport gas through the Power of Siberia 2 gas pipeline which can support about 50 billion cubic meters of gas per year. or accounts for about one third of the amount of gas Russia has ever exported to Europe.

at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization Conference in Uzbekistan It was once one of China’s prosperous Silk Roads, and Russia, China, Pakistan and four Central Asian countries will be present this week. He is expected to recognize Iran, another antagonist of the United States. to join as a member of this collaborative group as well

In December 2021 It was revealed that bilateral trade between China and Russia exceeded $100 billion for the first time in the first three quarters of 2021. the two countries

The Chinese president urged both sides to share common development opportunities. Along with strengthening bilateral cooperation in energy and control of COVID-19

President Xi said that China and Russia should improve cooperation in new energy fields. along with strengthening cooperation on traditional energy as well as developing cooperation in nuclear and renewable energy.

as well as mentioning the Global Development Initiative that President Xi has presented at the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly, the plan is a public plan aimed at tackling the challenges that facing the world. especially in emerging markets and developing countries. It also encourages the United Nations to reach the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.

On August 9, a report from Business Insider said that Russia imported $6.7 billion in goods from China in July. equal to a growth of 20% compared to the same period last year After the Western partners stopped trading with Russia to punish the opening of the attack on Ukraine

The Chinese customs office said in July that Russia was importing Chinese goods at a rate similar to the pre-Russian invasion of Ukraine. In particular, car products from manufacturers such as Great Wall Motors and Geely Automobile Holdings have been Russia’s top sellers. Sales of both companies in Russia grew exponentially.


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