Putin flew to China, his first trip beyond the borders of the Soviet Socialist Republic across the river

Russian dictator Vladimir Putin arrived in Beijing on a plane to meet with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping and take part in the “One Belt, One Road” forum.

Dzherelo: “RIA News”, “Reuters”

Details: Putin arrived in Beijing on June 17th.


Volodymyr Putin arrives in China
Screenshot from RIA Novosti video

The plan for negotiations with Xi Jinping will take place on the 18th in two stages: initially in a large warehouse, then in a narrow one, in the format of a working contract. The Kremlin did not turn off the possibility that Putin and Si would consider one-on-one and outside the framework of negotiations “on the most sensitive topics.”

Just before Putin’s visit to China, he will speak at the “One Belt – One Road” forum.

The Russian delegation includes senior government officials and businessmen.

Putin at Beijing airport was attended by the Minister of Commerce of China, Wang Wentao.


Putin in Beijing, Chinese Minister of Commerce Wang Wentao
Screenshot from RIA Novosti video

As Reuters puts it, the purpose of the trip is to demonstrate trust and “cross-border” partnership between the countries in the minds of the war in Ukraine.

This other trip of Putin beyond the cordon is due to the fact that the International Criminal Court (ICC) at Gaazi issued a warrant for his arrest at Bereznya. This is also the first official trip of the head of the Kremlin for the borders of the great Radyansky Union of which the fate of Kyrgyzstan, the great Radyansky Republic, was launched at the beginning of this month.

Guess what: The ISS, which accused Volodymyr Putin of illegally deporting children from Ukraine, calls on 123 member states to arrest the Russian president and transfer him to The Hague for trial if he sets foot on their territory.

Neither Kyrgyzstan nor China are members of the ISS, created to re-investigate military crimes.

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