15 November 2018

Russian PM: Russia and China have common views

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Russia and China have common approaches to the settlement of international trade, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said after the 23rd regular meeting between the Russian and Chinese government heads. reports citing TASS.

"Our approaches are common here, and we believe that all that was done in this sphere should contribute to global trade and the global exchange of investments instead of being limited by certain countries and regions, as it curbs development in general," the Russian prime minister said, commenting on the negotiations.

The Russian prime minister said that during the held contacts the sides shared their opinions on the settlement of international trade, the preservation of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and issues of its reforming and the inadmissibility of violations by certain countries who introduce groundless trade barriers, sanctions and preferential regimes.

2018.11.07 / 12:56
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