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    Russia-China Relations Based on Mutual Interests, Have Good Prospects

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    Russia and China will further work for the bilateral relations development.

    BEIJING (Sputnik) — The relations between Russian and China are based on mutual interests and have good prospects for the further successful development, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Saturday at the meeting with Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang.

    Relations between Russia and China represent overall strategic partnership and "have good prospects for the future," Putin said, adding that both countries "build relations on the bilateral interests."

    The Russian president stressed that the bilateral relations are based mainly on economy, as well as on culture and education.

    Russian President Vladimir Putin is paying an official visit to China on June 25 at the invitations of his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping. Moscow and Beijing are expected to sign over 30 cooperation agreements during Putin's visit.


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