China, Russia sign more than 30 deals
China and Russia signed more than 30 deals, with Premier Li Keqiang saying that production capacity and equipment manufacturing are highlights of future cooperation between the two countries.
The deals were signed after the 20th China-Russia Prime Ministers’ Regular Meeting in Beijing. The talks were cochaired by Li and Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
Total value of the deals was not disclosed.
The two leaders said in a joint statement that reinforcing the relationship “will be a diplomatic priority for both sides”.
The documents signed cover fields such as energy, investment, finance, high-technology, customs, education and tourism.