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BBC: China’s Xi to meet Putin in Moscow next week 

China’s President Xi Jinping will travel to Moscow next week to hold talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin, officials say. 

The Kremlin said they would discuss a “comprehensive partnership and strategic co-operation”. 

The visit comes as Beijing, an ally of Russia, has offered proposals to end the war in Ukraine, to which the West has given a lukewarm reception. 

Western countries have warned Beijing against supplying Moscow with weapons.  

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WNU Editor: This is a three day summit. This is what is going to be discussed …. Moscow shares agenda for Xi Jinping’s visit (RT).  

Update: Chinese media is covering this story extensively …. President Xi’s Russia trip a highly expected event (Global Times editorial). 

Chinese President Xi To Visit Russia And Meet Russian President Putin On March 20-22

Date for Xi Jinping visit to Russia revealed — RT

China’s Xi to Visit Russia on March 20-22, Kremlin Says — Moscow Times

Putin, Xi Jinping to discuss most important issues tete-a-tete on March 20 — aide — TASS

Putin, Xi Jinping to discuss conflict in Ukraine — Kremlin aide — TASS

China’s Xi to meet Putin as Beijing seeks bolder global role — AP

Xi heads to Russia next week after China touts Ukraine peace plan — Reuters

Xi Jinping to visit Russia in show of support for Vladimir Putin — The Guardian

Xi to hold talks with Putin in Russia in ‘visit for peace’ — DW

China’s Xi to go to Russia next week for his first visit since Putin ordered invasion of Ukraine — CNBC

China’s Xi to meet Putin next week in first visit to Russia since invasion of Ukraine — CNN

Chinese President Xi Jinping meeting Vladimir Putin to further ‘no limits’ relations with Russia, Kremlin says — ABC News Australia

Xi Doubles Down On Putin In A Symbolic Moscow Trip With The Ukraine War In Focus — RFE

China’s Xi to visit Putin in Moscow for first time since Russian invasion of Ukraine — The Hill

Putin, Xi Jinping to publish articles in Russian, Chinese newspapers — Kremlin aide — TASS