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MOSCOW, November 5. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin will visit China on November 9-11 to take part in the 22nd APEC summit, the Kremlin press service said on Wednesday.
On the first day of the visit Putin is expected to hold talks with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping on bilateral cooperation and key international and regional issues. They will synchronize positions on the major issues of the upcoming APEC and G20 summits. Several bilateral documents are planning to be signed after the talks, the Kremlin said.
On November 10-11 Putin will take part in the APEC summit and give a speech at the APEC Business Council devoted to the Asia Pacific Region significance for Russia. Putin will also attend a traditional meeting between the APEC leaders and members of the Business Consultative Council.
On November 11 the summiteers will focus on deepening regional economic integration, strengthening interrelationship between the APEC economies, carrying out structural reforms and contributing to the sustainable growth in the region.
Putin is also expected to have bilateral meetings with the summiteers.