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On April 20, 2018, the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) held a meeting with the delegation of the China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations (CICIR)

On April 20, 2018, the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) held a meeting with the delegation of the China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations (CICIR) including Prof. Feng Zhongping, CICIR Vice President, Prof. Li Dong, Deputy Director of the CICIR Institute of Russian Studies, Chen Yu and Shang Yue, CICIR Research Fellows. The leading experts of the RIAC, the Institute of Far Eastern Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IFES RAS) and the Russian Institute for Strategic Studies (RISS) also took part in the meeting.

Opening remarks were delivered by Alexander Kramarenko, RIAC Director of Development, Timur Makhmutov, Deputy Program Director, and Prof. Feng Zhongping, CICIR Vice President.

A wide range of issues were discussed, including global and regional security, multilateral cooperation between Russia and China within the framework of international and regional organizations, the development of the Belt and Road Initiative to a great Eurasian partnership, strengthening economic and humanitarian ties. The participants noted that under the conditions of anti-Russian sanctions and a trade war against China, new prospects for cooperation between the two countries appeared, in particular in the sphere of joint high-tech production within the framework of interregional interaction.

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