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Chinese President Xi Jinping to visit Russia to meet President Vladimir Putin | Oneindia News

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Chinese President Xi Jinping to visit Russia to meet President Vladimir Putin | Oneindia News

Chinese President Xi Jinping to visit Russia to meet President Vladimir Putin | Oneindia News

On Friday, Beijing's foreign ministry said that Chinese President Xi Jinping will visit Russia next week, which will be his first trip to Moscow in nearly four years.

In a statement, the ministry said and I quote, "At the invitation of President Vladimir Putin of the Russian Federation, President Xi Jinping will pay a state visit to Russia from March 20 to 22." #XiJinping #VladimirPutin #RussiaUkraineWar


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China's Xi Speaks With Ukraine's Zelensky [Video]

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Chinese President Xi Jinping talks with Volodymyr Zelenskyy says talk will stop war | Oneindia News [Video]

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Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday held a telephone conversation with Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy to discuss the Ukraine-Russia conflict. #XiJinping #Zelenskyy #UkraineWar ~PR.150~ED.103~GR.125~HT.178~

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Generalissimo Suvorov: Next-gen Russian submarine to be moved to Pacific Fleet | Oneindia News [Video]

Generalissimo Suvorov: Next-gen Russian submarine to be moved to Pacific Fleet | Oneindia News

Russia is planning to move its newest nuclear submarine… Generalissimo Suvorov to a permanent base in the Kamchatka Peninsula in August this year as Moscow is trying to step up its military presence in the Pacific. Generalissimo Suvorov, which entered service at the end of 2022, can carry up to 16 nuclear-tipped Russian Bulava intercontinental ballistic missiles, each of which can carry more than one nuclear warhead. This nuclear submarine will make an inter-naval transition from the Northern Fleet in the Arctic to the Pacific Fleet in August. The transition will be carried out along the Northern Sea Route including in a submerged position. #Generalissiomosuvarov #Russiasubmarine #Russiafleet ~PR.153~ED.102~HT.99~

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