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re­forms than he was in the Ukraine cri­sis.

Af­ter hear­ing Li’s re­port, Kuzmin was amazed that the new Chi­nese govern­ment is still con­fi­dent it can main­tain its GDP growth at 7.5 per­cent in 2014.

“For Euro­pean coun­tries and Rus­sia, it is still a sur­pris­ing pace,” Kuzmin said.

Kuzmin also hoped that he could in­ter­view a del­e­gate from Heihe, a bor­der city in Hei­longjiang prov­ince only 750 me­ters from his home­town in Rus­sia.

He was plan­ning to travel to Yun­nan prov­ince and the Ti­bet au­ton­o­mous re­gion af­ter the two ses­sions. But the re­cent ter­ror­ist at­tack that killed 29 people in Yun­nan’s cap­i­tal, Kun­ming, has given him sec­ond thoughts.

“That’s bru­tal and hor­ri­ble. I don’t think any coun­try could

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