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MOSCOW, April 29. /TASS/. Chinese leader Xi Jinping is due to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin at the Victory Day celebrations in Moscow, meetings with other countries’ leaders are not planned, Chinese Ambassador to Russia Li Hui said.
"We do not know who else will attend the celebrations," he told reporters, answering a question whether a meeting between Xi Jinping and leader of North Korea Kim Jong-un was possible. "We haven’t received the final list of the participants."
The ambassador added that at the moment only a meeting with the Russian president was planned. "It will certainly take place," he said.
According to previous reports, leader of North Korea Kim Jong-un has accepted an invitation to arrive in Moscow to take part in the Victory Day celebrations.