Foreign Minister Lavrov: Partnership between Russia and China is the backbone of the movement for the victory of law in the world
PHNOMPEN, August 5 – RIA Novosti. During a meeting with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Friday, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that the strategic partnership between Moscow and Beijing is one of the main pillars of the movement for the victory of law in international relations, in particular the principles of the UN Charter. On the sidelines of ASEAN ministry events.
“I believe that our strategic partnership is one of the pillars of the movement for the victory of international law… First of all, the UN Charter proclaimed the fundamental principle of the sovereign equality of states. The United States violates this principle every day, everywhere, and this of course requires a response. “We are taking part with the PRC in the newly formed Friends Group for the Defense of the UN Convention. I think this is a promising idea that deserves to be expanded. We are confident that new members will join its work,” he said.
Lavrov recalled that he held his third meeting with his Chinese counterpart in a month.
“Indeed, we meet regularly, we take every opportunity for this. And in less than a month we are already holding the third meeting. July 7 – in Bali, July 28 – in Tashkent, here on August 5. And this is not the one. “In fact, each time we find more and more things that require our constant attention and the adoption of practical decisions by our states,” said the head of Russian diplomacy.
He noted that he plans to discuss the current state of bilateral relations with Wang Yi and the implementation of agreements between the leaders of the Russian Federation and China.
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