China, Russia vow to boost cooperation on regional, global issues
Updated: 2015-05-26 09:03
MOSCOW -- Visiting Chinese State Councilor Yang Jiechi held a meeting with Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev on Monday and the two discussed issues concerning bilateral ties and the current global situation.
At the 11th round of China-Russia strategic security consultation, Yang and Patrushev reached consensus on a wide range of issues, including maintaining the momentum of high-level interactions.
They agreed that China will fully support Russia's efforts to hold the BRICS and SCO summits in Ufa, the capital of Russia's Republic of Bashkortostan, in July. And both sides will prepare for the upcoming visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin to China to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the victory of China' s War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression and the World Anti- Facists War.
Both sides agreed to support each other's efforts to safeguard sovereignty, territorial integrity and security and support each other's development and opposed to foreign interference in each other's domestic affairs.
China and Russia vowed to boost military cooperation, calling for the security idea featuring collective and comprehensive principles as well as cooperation and sustainability.
The two sides opposed protecting one's own security at the expense of the others' interest, or unilaterally develop and deploy anti-missile systems to harm global stability and peace.
Beijing and Moscow will constructively cooperate with each other in the Asia-Pacific region in a bid to jointly uphold regional peace, stability and prosperity.
With regard to hot-spot regional and global issues, Yang and Patrushev agreed to facilitate the resumption of six-party talks and advance the denuclearization process on the Korean Peninsula.