Russian State Visit to Beijing – A 75th anniversary.

Pageantry of the 75th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two countries was astounding. Young Chinese performed splendid drills with precision and pride.

Colourful in full regalia, marching bands presented music and drills fit for two great kings.


Historic visit of Russian Federation President Putin acknowledged by all Chinese media. Video news report courtesy XinhuaNet.

Children greet Presidents Putin and Xi

Selected children from multiple grade schools attended and greeted the two leaders. Photo credit: Video capture from XinhuaNet live feed. Capture tech, cropping, enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective-Magazine

It is clear that the connection between PROC leader Xi Jinping and the Russian Federation leader Vladimir Putin is personal. They called each other ‘brothers forever’ and that rings true in the context of past scores of meetings and general relationship milestones.

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“The event is dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations. There is a famous song from that time, it was created 75 years ago, but is often sung today: there is a quite famous line in it: ‘Russian and Chinese are brothers forever,” Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin explained. Photo credit: Photo is cropped and resized. Art, cropping, enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective-Magazine

The leaders of the two countries are concentrating on a multipolar paradigm, which emphasizes balance, fairness, and equality of voices, rejecting the bullying that characterized the previous unipolar world dominated by the American dollar and the U.S. tendency to exploit developing nations for inexpensive labor, their natural resources, and their aspirations for a better life.

“China is a very peaceful nation, and it must be at times at least eyebrow-raising for Beijing to note the aggressiveness of Russia in trying to seek justice for its malignment in the aftermath of the failed Soviet Union,” says regular contributor, Sara Qin.

“Beijing seems to hope that the recent messy Ukrainian conflict will be the last struggle to reassemble what was once Russian territory and reunite the scattered Russian peoples,” reports Ms. Qin from the spectator stands.

“There is of course no disagreement that the goal of repatriating the people of Luhansk and Donetsk at their request was righteous thinking however China seeks an end to the conflict which endures massive interference from the USA hegemon, glorifying war and seeking to benefit by selling hundreds of billions of U.S. dollars’ worth of weapons and munitions to Ukraine and its allies no matter how many Ukrainians that kills by prolonging the conflict,” Ms. Qin reported.

Getting down to business between RF and PROC

Chinese Premier Li Qiang meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin, who is in China on a state visit, at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, capital of China, 16 May 2024. Photo credit: Xinhua/Li Tao

The relationship between Russia and China will undergo adjustments and expansion and “Brothers Forever” status.

A joint statement the parties have adopted, sets new objectives and long-term development guidelines for the whole complex of Russian Chinese relations which will facilitate the implementation of a large package of intergovernmental, interdepartmental and commercial agreements prepared for signing at this summit.

President Xi Jinping made a point of drawing attention to the fact that there has been a reciprocating state visit back and forth after each leader’s re-election, signifying a very close bond between the two.



On Wednesday, President Putin arrived in Harbin, the second city the Russian President was scheduled to visit on his State visit to China, reported TASS. The Russian President opened the 8th Russian Chinese Expo and the 4th Russia-China Forum on Interregional Cooperation in Harbin.

The visit to Harbin followed an extremely busy day in Beijing where President Putin held several rounds of talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping, China’s state news agency reported.