SpaceWar.com reports: “Beijing’s top diplomat told President Vladimir Putin that China and Russia must work to strengthen cooperation in the face of a ‘complex international situation’, Chinese state media reported Thursday.
Speaking at a meeting with Putin in Saint Petersburg, at which the Russian leader accepted an invitation to visit China next month, Wang Yi said the ‘world is rapidly moving toward multipolarity’.
‘Economic globalization is progressing against headwinds, unilateral actions are unsustainable, and hegemonism is not popular,’ Wang said, according to an English readout by Beijing’s Xinhua news agency.
‘Both sides need to strengthen their multilateral strategic cooperation, protect their legitimate rights and interests, and make new efforts to promote the international order toward fairness and justice,’ he added…”
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