MOFA: Putin ‘gladly’ accepts invitation to attend 2022 Winter Olympics

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China and Russia are keeping communication on Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to China for the opening ceremony of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games, said the Chinese Foreign Ministry on Tuesday.

President Putin has accepted the Chinese invitation to attend the ceremony, said the Ministry.

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