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Yevgeny Primakov became co-chairman of the Russian-Chinese Council of Wise Men

Yevgeny Primakov, who served as the head of the Russian government in the late 1990s, became the co-chairman of the Russian-Chinese Council of Wise Men, which was created on Wednesday as part of the APEC summit in Beijing, the press service of business ombudsman Boris Titov said.

Titov heads the Russian part of the Russian-Chinese Committee for Friendship, Peace and Development. On the Chinese side, the Council was chaired by Wu Yin, former vice-president of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, head of the Center for Comprehensive Research on Major Issues.

Primakov, who in different years headed the SVR, the Foreign Ministry, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry, is also a member of the UN High-Level Group on Threats, Challenges and Changes - the so-called World Council of Wise Men.

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