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BEIJING, October 23 (Itar-Tass) - Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, who is currently on an official visit in China, will arrive in the city of Hefei on Wednesday, the RF government press service reported.
The city of Hefei in Anhoi Province is regarded as China's scientific and innovation center. The Russian Head of the Cabinet will tour a number of educational establishments there and meet with the students and faculty members of the Chinese University of Science and Technology.
At the close of the working programe on Wednesday, Medvedev will leave China by air for Russia.
In Beijing on Tuesday, the Russian Head of the Cabinet attended the 18th regular meeting of the Heads of Government of Russia and China, holding talks on a wide range of matters concerning trade-and-economic and humanitarian cooperation between the two countries.
As a result of the talks, the sides signed 20 bilateral inter-agency and corporate documents, specifically those on cooperation in the oil and gas sector. The NOVATEK and the China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) agreed on terms for the purchase and sale of liquefied natural gas between the Yamal-LNG and Petrochina; Rosneft signed a Memorandum with Sinopec on an export contract on prepayment terms, and approved principles for a time-table for the startup of an oil processing plant in Tianjin with the CNPC and for the delivery of crude oil there.