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Kremlin Advisor Ushakov Announces Putin and Xi Will Sign Major Agreements in Beijing

Feb. 2, 2022 (EIRNS)—In comments to the press on the eve of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s Feb. 4 trip to China, Kremlin Presidential Aide Yuri Ushakov played up the strategic depth and significance of the agreements the two heads of state will sign—at exactly the moment that London and Washington are acting like mafia bosses to isolate Russia from all other nations in order to destroy it.

Ushakov emphasized that the two heads of state will sign documents which “will reflect the shared views of Russia and China on the most important global problems, including security issues.” He said that this “joint statement on international relations in the new era and global sustainable development has already been prepared beforehand for the talks.” Ushakov noted that plans are in place to “adopt a very solid package of bilateral documents—intergovernmental, interdepartmental and commercial,” adding that “more than 15 contracts and agreements are in the folder that is being prepared for the meeting.” According to him, the new documents “will contribute to the further development of relations in various domains between Russia and China.”

In addition to Ushakov, Putin’s delegation will include Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko, who chairs the Intergovernmental Commission to prepare regular meetings of heads of government, Energy Minister Nikolai Shulginov, and Rosneft CEO Igor Sechin.

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