Chinese President Xi Jinping left Moscow on Wednesday, March 22, after a three-day visit for meetings with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin.
Following the talks, the two sides issued joint statements on the deepening of a comprehensive strategic partnership between the two countries, saying they would develop key areas of Russian-Chinese economic cooperation.
The Chinese president invited his Russian counterpart to visit China during an informal meeting, according to Tass.
Xi’s flight left Vnukovo International Airport in Moscow.
Xi’s trip came just days after the International Criminal Court announced a case against Putin for alleged war crimes in Ukraine. Credit: Zvezda News via Storyful