Putin arrived in China on two-day visit

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Russian President Vladimir Putin arrived in the capital of the people’s Republic of China (PRC) Beijing a two-day visit. On Sunday, may 14, reports TASS.

Capital from Beijing capital airport, where he landed aboard No. 1, the Russian leader will go at once to the national Convention center, which should take place opening of the international forum of “One belt and one road”. Putin’s visit to China scheduled for two days, may 14 and 15.

The summit brought together 29 heads of state and government and heads of major international organizations. The opening ceremony will be the President of China, XI Jinping, Vladimir Putin and UN Secretary-General, antónio Guterres. It is expected that the Russian President will hold bilateral meetings with leaders of States-participants of the forum, in particular, with President of Czech Republic Milos Zeman and the Prime Minister of Greece Alexis Tsipras.

On 20 November last year, Vladimir Putin at a meeting with XI Jinping said in may 2017 intends to visit China. Following the talks, the sides noted that bilateral cooperation is developing successfully.