© The website of the Chinese foreign Ministry, photo by STEPHEN SHAVER.The Director of the Department of information and press of the foreign Ministry of China Hua Chunying. Archival photoRussia and China at the consultations on strategic security agreed to resist external interference in internal Affairs and to strengthen strategic cooperation, said on Thursday the official representative of Chinese foreign Ministry Hua Chunying.Russian-Chinese consultations on strategic stability issues ended on Wednesday in Shanghai, in particular, discussed the situation in the middle East and on the Korean Peninsula. Consultations conducted by the Secretary of security Council of Russia Nikolay Patrushev and members of the political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist party of China, the head office of the Commission, the CPC Central Committee on foreign Affairs Yang Jiechi.
“The sides agreed to strengthen strategic cooperation, to act strongly against external intervention, to support each other in issues of vital interests for each other, agreed to continue taking a clear position against the policy of unilateral actions and practices of psychological terror, to protect international and regional peace and stability,” – said at the briefing, Hua Chunying.She added that the world is now a policy of unilateral action and psychological terror were a serious blow and undermine the international order, some countries are crudely interfering in the internal Affairs of other countries, undermining the sovereignty and security interests and development of these States.
“In these circumstances, China and Russia, as permanent members of the UN Security Council, as partners in comprehensive strategic cooperation, of course, must strengthen the contacts on strategic security, enhance strategic mutual trust, to protect the fundamental interests of each other and the overall security…” – said Hua Chunying.In the consultations held with the Russian side at the consultations were attended by representatives of the security Council, foreign Ministry, defense Ministry and the Federal service for military-technical cooperation.