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Russia, China move toward a so-called “democratic world order”

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov paid a visit to China, where he said Russia and China would work together for a new “democratic world order.”

“We, together with you and our supporters, will move towards a multipolar, democratic world order,” Lavrov said in a video statement released by the Russian Foreign Ministry about the Russian Foreign Minister’s meeting with his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi.

Russia, China move toward a so-called "democratic world order"
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The Chinese Foreign Ministry said that Wang Yi said that “China-Russia relations have withstood the new test of the changing international situation, maintained the right direction of progress, and showed persistent growth momentum.”

A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman told reporters that Moscow and Beijing would continue their efforts to “promote global multipolarity and democratize international relations.”

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