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BEIJING, February 18 (Itar-Tass) – Chinese-Russian relations remain a diplomatic priority for China, which is proved by Chinese new leader Xi Jinping’s choice of Russia as a destination for his first foreign tour, Chinese newspaper Huantsyu shibao said on Monday.
“Xi Jinping will visit Moscow ahead of his trip to South Africa, which will host the fifth BRICS summit on March 25-27,” the newspaper reported.
On November 15, 2012, Xi Jinping was named the General Secretary of China’s Communist Party Central Committee. It is expected that at the parliamentary session in March he will be approved as China’s new leader.