Before the opening of the Beijing Winter Olympics, the "Public Xi meeting" became the focus The Beijing Winter Olympics officially opened on the evening of February 4, but the focus was on the "Public-Xi Conference" held earlier in the day at noon. According to Xinhua News Agency, at noon on the 4th, Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin held talks at the Diaoyutai Hotel in Beijing. During the talks, the two sides exchanged views on Sino-Russian relations, international strategic security and stability and other major issues. Opinion. This is also the first face-to-face meeting between Xi Jinping and Putin in two and a half years. After all, Xi Jinping has not stepped out of China for more than two years. On the other hand,
Putin has rarely left Russia in the past two years, and his most recent trip was in early December 2021 to New Delhi for a leadership summit with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. This "Public Xi meeting" is the 38th meeting between the two heads of state, which shows the close cooperative relationship between China and Russia, and the weight China and Russia view each other on the international chessboard. Judging from the recent international wedding photo retouching services situation, both Xi and Pu have their own problems. Xi is currently facing concerns and fears from the international community about "China's rise", as well as Western countries' concerns about China's human rights, Xinjiang, Hong Kong, Taiwan Strait, South China Sea and other issues. Moreover, for the Winter Olympics alone, Xi is also facing a "diplomatic boycott" led by the United States. In addition, since the Joe Biden administration took office, it has continued to strengthen its interactions with its Indo-Pacific allies (e.g.
"Quad Security Dialogue" [Quad] Leaders Summit, "Australia-UK-US Tripartite Security Alliance" [AUKUS]) to check and balance China Influence in the Indo-Pacific region continues to expand. On the other hand, the tension between Putin and the United States and Europe has also continued to rise as the situation on the Ukraine-Russia border deteriorates, and the Biden administration has increased troops to Eastern Europe , hoping to deter Putin with NATO allies . In addition, the United States has also formulated several major economic and financial sanctions plans in advance, preparing to deal with Russia, which may invade Ukraine at any time. "Sino-Russian Joint Statement" opposes NATO expansion, the three-nation security alliance of Australia, Britain and the United States, and adhe