Lavrov and Wang discussed relevant issues on the bilateral, global and regional agenda, and strongly criticized the destructive course of Washington’s foreign policy, in particular its provocative activity in the Taiwan Strait, and expressed confidence in the solidity and readiness of broad prospects for the development of Russian-Chinese relations.
They also addressed issues such as the situation around Ukraine, Afghanistan and the Korean peninsula, as well as compliance with the nuclear non-proliferation regime.
In addition, they discussed in detail the key aspects of the UN’s activities, especially the deepening of cooperation between the two countries.
They also stressed the need for the United States to unconditionally honor all commitments to ensure the work of the UN General Assembly and unhindered access for foreign delegates to the UN headquarters.
The sides noted the effectiveness of interaction between Moscow and Beijing on various UN platforms and agreed to enhance practical cooperation and foreign policy coordination in line with the agreements reached by the two heads of state.
The talk of the ministers demonstrated a high degree of convergence in the approaches of Russia and China on international affairs and the constructive role they can play in shaping a more just and sustainable multipolar world order.