Chinese President Xi Jinping Embarks on a Three Country State Visit
Last Thursday, Chinese President Xi Jinping left Beijing for an official visit to Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus. Xi will visit Russia from Friday until Saturday through the invitation of Russian President Vladimir Putin in time to attend the commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the victory of the Great Patriotic War in Moscow. The summit between Putin and Xi will boost bilateral ties of both countries.
While Xi’s visit to Kazakhstan is only for one day through the invitation of Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev . while the State visit to Belarus is from Sunday to Tuesday with the invitation of Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko.
Possible achievement for the bilateral ties for 2015 is to reach the planned target of US$ 100 billion trade, construction of the East Route pipeline, signing of the contract for the West Route pipeline project and the cooperation agreements in regards to the Silk Road Economic Belt. A Practical cooperation is seen in the creation of a long arrange aircraft, development in the areas of Finance, oil and gas, nuclear energy and new energy.
Xi’s visit to these three countries shows China’s stance and confidence in cooperation to safeguard world peace, development and stability.