Xi meets Putin


The Presidents of China and Russia met in Moscow Monday, March 20 to usher in a new spring as the District of Criminals freakshow dumpster fire gets more gas thrown on it and President Trump receives billions of dollars in free media ahead of his return to the executive office.

We cannot ignore that both Xi and Putin, with their frequent talk of a multi polar world, sound a lot more like Ron Paul and Donald Trump than the script-readers for the forever-war gang of thieves and prevaricators, the U.S. Clown-in-Chief puppet-actor-in-a-mask, and Vicky Nunu (Victoria Nuland), handler of Ukraine's Clown in Chief and chief murderer of Ukrainians and Russians.

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Xi meets Putin | RRM Report 50
Ruby Ray Media Reports with Franz Glaus
Published March 20 2023
Length 31:13

Meeting with President of People's Republic of China Xi Jinping

Vladimir Putin met with President of the People's Republic of China Xi Jinping, who arrived in Russia on a state visit.

March 20, 2023 | 21:00 | The Kremlin, Moscow

President of Russia Vladimir Putin:

Mr. President, dear friend, welcome to Russia, to Moscow.

I am glad to have a chance to congratulate you in person on your re-election as President of China. This was possible because the Chinese nation and its representatives rightfully appreciate your work over the past decades.

In recent years, China has made a colossal leap forward in its development. It has been the object of sincere interest around the entire world, and we are even a bit envious of you.

China has created quite an effective system to develop the economy and strengthen the state. It is much more effective than what many other countries have, which is an undeniable fact. Market mechanisms go hand in hand with a quite confident policy programme and yield tangible results.

I am sure that, under your leadership, China will continue to make strides in its development in the years ahead and will, without a doubt, fulfill its goals.

It is symbolic that exactly ten years ago, we also met here, and it was your first visit to Russia as the President of the People's Republic of China. Since then, we have made great strides in developing our relations. Our trade has more than doubled, from just over $87 billion, I believe, to almost $200, $185 billion to be exact. We share numerous goals and objectives.

You personally and all of our Chinese friends devote much attention to Russian-Chinese relations, taking a fair and balanced stance on the majority of topical international issues. We have carefully studied your proposals on resolving the acute Ukraine crisis and we will have an opportunity to discuss this matter. We know that you are guided by the principles of justice and respect for the fundamental provisions of international law and indivisible security for all countries. You are aware as well that we remain open to negotiations. We will, of course, discuss these issues, including your initiatives, which we certainly respect.

Overall, our interaction in the international arena is promoting the fundamental principles of international order and multipolarity. There are lots of economic cooperation issues. Tomorrow, we will discuss this with the participation of our partners and colleagues. I am pleased that you thought fit and took the time to come here in the evening in order to discuss all issues of interest in an informal and friendly atmosphere.


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