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Currently, more than 25 thousand Chinese students study in the Russian Federation and 15 thousand Russians receive higher education in the PRC

The upcoming visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin to China will make a significant contribution to bilateral relations. This was stated on Thursday during a briefing by the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry Alexander Lukashevich.

"Our relations are built on the principles of equality, friendship, mutual trust and are constantly enriched with new content," he said.

The representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry emphasized that an intensive political dialogue is being maintained between Russia and the PRC, active contacts are being carried out at the highest and high levels, and actions are being coordinated in various international formats, such as BRICS, G20, APEC, SCO. "In addition to contacts between presidents and prime ministers, foreign ministers and heads of other federal agencies also interact very actively, which also fills our bilateral dialogue with content," Lukashevich noted.

He recalled that Russian-Chinese economic cooperation continues to develop at a steady pace, despite major growing problems in the global economy.

According to A.Lukashevich, large-scale humanitarian actions make a significant contribution to the development of friendly relations.

A.Lukashevich noted that education is also working towards the rapprochement of the two peoples. According to him, at present more than 25 thousand Chinese students are studying in Russian universities and about 15 thousand Russians are getting higher education in China.

As A.Lukashevich said, in international affairs, Russia and China have established and are developing a strategic partnership that is comprehensive.

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