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On June 11, 2019 Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) hosted a meeting with Chinese experts from the Yangtze River region. The delegation included: Chen Dongxiao, President of the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies (SIIS), Zhu Zhihua, Vice Chairman of Zhejiang Institute for Contemporary International Studies, Zhang Yuanpeng, Director of the Institute for World Economy Studies of Jiangsu Academy of Social Sciences, Zhao Long, Assistant Director of Institute for Global Governance Studies of SIIS, and Xu Xiaolan, Program Officer of SIIS.

On June 11, 2019 Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) hosted a meeting with Chinese experts from the Yangtze River region. The delegation included: Chen Dongxiao, President of the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies (SIIS), Zhu Zhihua, Vice Chairman of Zhejiang Institute for Contemporary International Studies, Zhang Yuanpeng, Director of the Institute for World Economy Studies of Jiangsu Academy of Social Sciences, Zhao Long, Assistant Director of Institute for Global Governance Studies of SIIS, and Xu Xiaolan, Program Officer of SIIS.

Russian and Chinese experts discussed pending issues of global governance and Russia–China bilateral relations in the context of China–U.S. trade and other contradiction. Special attention was given to the alignment of the Eurasian Economic Union and the Belt and Road Initiative as well as to forming the Great Eurasian Partnership.

Alexander Kramarenko, RIAC Director for Development, delivered welcoming remarks at the meeting. Vladimir Petrovsky, Chief Research Fellow of the RAS Institute of Far Eastern Studies, Anna Kireeva, Research Fellow of the Centre for Comprehensive Chinese Studies and Associate Professor of the Department of Asian and African Studies at MGIMO University, Yury Kulintsev, Research Fellow of the RAS Institute of Far Eastern Studies, and Ksenia Kuzmina, RIAC Program Manager, also took part in the discussion.

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