Russian President Putin met with a senior Chinese military official on Wednesday. On that occasion, he announced how things look with the military alliance of the two countries.
“Russia and China will not form any military alliance on the blueprint of Cold War alliances,” Putin said during a meeting with the vice chairman of China’s Central Military Commission, Zhang Jouxie, the top organization that oversees the Chinese People’s Army, police and Chinese military, according to Russian news agency TASS. militia.
Putin added that Russian and Chinese cooperation is a constructive and important factor in stabilizing the international situation, and that the two countries are also successfully cooperating in the economic sphere.
“Business and economic relations continue to develop successfully. We are achieving the set goals faster than planned, we are working on international platforms and in international organizations such as the UN,” added Putin.
An international platform is, for example, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, which was founded in 20021 by Russia, China, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan, or BRICS, which is an organization for economic cooperation between Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.
Putin is already looking forward to Russia’s BRICS presidency, which will begin in 2024: “We look forward to introducing measures with our Chinese friends that we believe are effective and promising and will meet the interests of all member countries.”
The Russian president met with the Chinese president in mid-October. Watch the TV Nova report: