Russia and China are strengthening their political and diplomatic relations with their discussion on the visa-free regime for the representatives of the two nations on cultural and humanitarian grounds. The leaders from both the nation will meet to work together to create friendly settings to carry out foreign trips for students and scientists from both the countries
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Tatyana Golikova, Russian Deputy Prime Minister told that “I think that this issue will be discussed at the level of the government heads as well. We know about the problematic situation and will try our best to solve it.”
Both Russia and China hold great potential in the digital economy if, they come to work together. China and Russia are taking steps to create comfortable conditions on both sides so that the foreign trips for students and scientists can be carried out without hassle.
Ahead of the Dmitry Medvedev’s, Russian Prime Minister visit to China in November, Golikova reached Beijing. During her stay to attend the 19th session of the Russian-Chinese Commission for Humanitarian Cooperation, the negotiations talks will be placed on the table by the deputy prime minister with Vice Premier of the People’s Republic of China Sun Chunlan.
The ceremony will mark the establishment of the Russian-Chinese Association for Cooperation in the Sphere of Television, as well as the promotion of an online column on humanitarian ties and partnership between Russia and China in a mobile application.