(MENAFN) Chinese President Xi Jinping's upcoming visit to Moscow has been marked by his emphasis on the improving relations between China and Russia in the ten years since he took office. In an article published by Rossiyskaya Gazeta on Sunday, Xi highlighted his commitment to resisting the dominance of the US and transitioning towards a "multipolar world."
Xi noted that the world is currently undergoing unprecedented changes and that the trend towards peace, development, and win-win cooperation is unstoppable. He went on to highlight the irreversible trends of world multipolarity, economic globalization, and greater democracy in international relations.
The Chinese President also acknowledged the challenges faced by the world, including traditional and non-traditional security challenges, as well as damaging acts of hegemony, domination, and bullying. He added that countries worldwide are eager to find a cooperative way out of the crisis and navigate the long and arduous path towards global economic recovery.
Xi's visit to Russia will be marked by talks with President Vladimir Putin, and the Chinese President's remarks suggest a strengthening of the relationship between the two nations. Overall, Xi's message underscores China's commitment to forging stronger ties with Russia and resisting US dominance in a rapidly changing world.
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