Premier Li, PM Mishustin vow support for multilateralism, stronger bilateral relations

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    Beijing will work with Moscow to uphold multilateralism and free trade. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang made the remarks in a video conference call on Wednesday with his Russian counterpart Mikhail Mishustin. He said China is willing to connect its Belt and Road Initiative with Russia’s development strategy and consolidate cooperation in various fields. Mishustin hailed the nations’ joint efforts in fighting COVID-19 and called for pushing bilateral relations to a higher level.

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