Chinese vice-PM visited Samara

Chinese Vice-Premier Li Lanqing arrived in Samara Region on the final leg of his ten-day visit to Russia and met with Governor Konstantin Titov of Samara on Sunday. During his talks with Titov, Li said that the Sino-Russian strategic partnership of cooperation should be advanced in all dimensions. Not only the cooperation between the two countries' central governments should be strengthened, but also those between the localities, he added. Echoing Li's view, Titov said that the Samara Region attaches great importance to deepening its cooperative relations with the Chinese side and especially with its Chinese partner - Henan Province, RBC reports. Li, who started his visit in Moscow last Sunday, expressed satisfaction with his Russian trip during which the Chinese and Russian governments set up a vice-prime minister-level cooperation committee to promote bilateral cooperation in fields of education, culture, public health and sports.

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