According to Nikolay Patrushev, Moscow and Beijing are unified in their pursuit of a more equitable global order.
According to Nikolay Patrushev, the head of Russia’s Security Council, on a visit to China, relations between Moscow and Beijing are based on mutual trust and cannot thus be altered from the outside.
The security director underlined on Monday that strengthening those connections, even more, is “an unequivocal goal for Russia’s foreign policy.”
He stated during a strategic security consultation meeting that “under the current circumstances, our countries should show even greater preparedness for mutual support and development of cooperation.”
As more nations “select the path of free, independent growth based on their own identity and traditions,” Moscow and Beijing “are trying to construct a more just world order” and welcome them, Patrushev noted.
He continued, “The political elites of the collective West who attempt to impose their own phoney values” are against them.
The security expert stated that Russia and China’s reconciliation “enjoys broad public support in both countries, is built on deep mutual trust, and cannot be influenced from the outside.”
The negotiations were held in the city of Fuzhou, the administrative centre of China’s Fujian Province, which is close to the Taiwan Strait from the island nation of Taiwan, which Beijing regards as a part of its territory.
The Russian Security Council stated in a statement that Patrushev “expressed worries over the escalation of tensions by Washington and its allies in the area” during the deliberations on the Taiwan issue.
The Russian and Chinese military will continue to cooperate, with a focus on joint patrols and exercises, and the General staff of the two countries will further up their communication.
A meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin took place last week at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit in Samarkand, Uzbekistan.
The speaker declared that he was “willing, along with our Russian colleagues, to set an example of a responsible world power and play a leading role in putting such a Samarkandfast-changing world onto a trajectory of sustainable and constructive growth.”
Following the start of Moscow’s military intervention in Ukraine in late February, Beijing declined to support the sanctions put in place against the Russian government. Instead, the neighbours increased their level of cooperation and trade, with Russia overtaking other countries as China’s leading oil supplier.
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