According to what has been reported so far, these meetings occurred shortly after that the visitors arrived in the eastern city of Tunxi, where the meeting among the diplomatic heads of these three countries and Iran, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan will be held until tomorrow.
Wang and Lavrov highlighted the strength of bilateral ties in the face of the challenges and dramatic changes in the world today, as well as the will to advance towards the construction of a fairer and multipolar world order.
The Russian official even expressed interest in working together to take “specific steps” and implementing in a consistent manner the agreements reached by presidents Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin on the continued strength of Beijing-Moscow ties.
The two also discussed the nuclear issue on the Korean peninsula and reaffirmed their opposition to unilateral measures by the United States and its allies as counterproductive.
The Foreign Ministers of Indonesia and Qatar will also be invited to the meeting.
Collaterally, representatives of China, Russia and the United States will hold consultations on Afghanistan.
Beijing believes that the international community should give more support to the Central Asian nation and insists that the United States assume responsibility for economic reconstruction.