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MOSCOW, March 11. /TASS/. Cooperation between Moscow and Beijing in the international affairs is a growing factor in the global policies, Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said at the beginning of a meeting with his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi on Friday.
"Our cooperation in the international affairs becomes a growing factor of the global policy, it demonstrates a balanced approach to settling problems," he said. "We are solving problems on the basis of the international law and first of all of the UN Charter."
"On the basis of these approaches, we coordinate our cooperation at the UN Security Council, SCO (Shanghai Cooperation Organization), G20, BRICS, at east-Asian summits and in other formats," Lavrov said. "All those directions are reflected in detail in the plans for our consultation, and today we shall sign another one."