MOSCOW, May 6. /TASS/. Around 40 documents are planned to be signed after a meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping in Moscow, Russian presidential aide Yury Ushakov told journalists on Wednesday.
"At Russian-Chinese talks at the highest level, it is planned to discuss pressing issues of developing bilateral relations in different spheres," Ushakov said. "A package of around 40 bilateral documents has been prepared for signing during the visit," he added.
A joint statement by the leaders of Russia and China on deepening comprehensive partnership and strategic cooperation is planned to be adopted, Ushakov said. "Some documents are still being coordinated," he added, saying that a memorandum on Moscow - Kazan high speed rail construction financing was among them.
Talking about military and technical cooperation between Moscow and Beijing, Ushakov said it will also be discussed. Documents "are being prepared" for signing in the energy sphere, he added. "I would not talk about anything concrete right now because everything is being coordinated," Ushakov said.
"At the moment, 40 documents are being coordinated. Some of them, the most important documents, will be chosen for signing in the presence of the countries’ leaders, and the rest will be signed in the framework of the visit, but it will be announced properly," the presidential aide said.