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Russia and China will deepen hi-tech ties

A joint statement by the Russian Federation and the People’s Republic of China, published on the Kremlin’s website following a meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and PRC Chairman Xi Jinping, states that countries will increase the effectiveness of cooperation in high-tech sectors (in the field of atomic energy, civil aircraft, space research, remote sensing of the Earth, satellite navigation, the study of deep space and manned cosmonautics) and to deepen communications in the field of science and technology (primarily the joint development of perspective, suggesting equivalent financial, scientific and technical input, the full cycle of innovation, protection of intellectual property rights). Such cooperation should contribute to the success of large-scale economic transformations carried out in Russia and China, strengthening the positions and influence of the parties in the international arena in the interest of creating a more equitable and rational world order.

In addition, Russia and China spoke in favor of further strengthening the coordinating role of the UN in combating threats in the area of ​​using information and communication technologies.

Recall, the President of Russia visited China on May 20. The talks between the heads of state were held in Shanghai.

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