Putin to Visit China

Added On June 6, 2018

 Chinese?Foreign Ministry said China believes Russian President Vladimir Putin's upcoming state visit will inject new impetus into bilateral relations.

Putin is scheduled to pay a state visit to China from June 8-10 and attend the Qingdao Summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO).
Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said it will be Putin's first visit to China during his new presidential term and also the first meeting between the heads of state of the two countries this year.
During the visit, Chinese President Xi Jinping and Putin will hold small- and large-scale talks?before participating in a joint press conference.
The two sides will also attend signing ceremonies and welcome banquets, and exchange views on bilateral relations, cooperation in key areas, and other international and regional issues of common concern.