The leaders of the countries of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) at the end of today’s conference, held in an online format, approved 16 documents, including the Moscow Declaration and Plan to Combat Coronavirus. The meeting was chaired by Russian President Vladimir Putin. The conference discussed, in particular, steps to counter the coronavirus pandemic and mitigate its impact on the economies of countries, the Kremlin press service reported.
Also, in the city of St. Petersburg in Russia today in the Tavricheskiy Palace the autumn session of the International Forum “Eurasian Economic Perspective” was held.
Representatives of the parliaments of the CIS and EAEU member states, the IPA of the CIS member states, the Eurasian Economic Commission, the CIS Executive Committee, rectors of the leading universities of the Eurasian Association of Universities, experts, public figures and representatives of the business community will discuss cooperation between Russia, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia, Belarus and Of Kazakhstan at the economic, industrial, social and technological levels in a pandemic. UNECON (The Saint Petersburg University of Economics) is one of the organizers of the forum, the leading of the forum was the rector of UNECON Igor A. Maksimtsev.
The Forum program included such issues as the development of economic integration interaction in the post-Soviet space for the period up to 2030 in the context of a new pandemic dimension, issues of the possibility of forming an integration contour of Greater Eurasia, as well as integration aspects of the EAEU and CIS development in the legal sphere. Representatives of China also attended the session. They also expressed their positive opinion on Russia’s chairmanship of the SCO. Our correspondent managed to talk with Ms. Wang Qi, professor at Tsinghua University, director of the Institute for Strategic Cooperation between China and Russia.
– Ms. Wang Qi, do you think that today Russia can be called one of the main geopolitical partners for the BRICS SC countries?
– Yes, definitely. The SCO is the earliest regional framework for cooperation between China and Russia in the Eurasian region.
Comprehensive strategic interaction and partnership between China and Russia is a balance of peace and stability for regional and even global cooperation, as well as an accelerator of the integration process of Greater Eurasia. Cooperation between China and Russia is to reach a consensus on the concept of strategic alignment of the development of the Greater Eurasia region and the active adoption of relevant policies.
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