Putin plays two songs about Moscow and St. Petersburg during China visit

Putin plays two songs about Moscow and St. Petersburg during China visit
Putin plays piano as he awaits talks with Xi
Russian President Vladimir Putin has played the melodies of two popular songs about Moscow and St. Petersburg on the piano during his visit to China on Sunday, TASS reports. The Russian President played the melody of the song 'Moscow Windows' and 

BEIJING, May 14. /TASS/. All countries need to abandon belligerent rhetoric in order to overcome the stagnation in global development, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Sunday during the One Belt, One Road forum in the Chinese capital Beijing.

An impromptu turn at a grand piano by Russian President Vladimir Putin as he waited for talks with Chinese leader Xi Jinping left residents in the host country impressed. According to Russian media reports, Putin played the melodies of two songs about. BEIJING, May 14. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin arrived in Beijing on a two-day visit on Sunday to participate in the One Belt, One Road international forum scheduled for May 14-15. Straight from the airport, the Russian leader headed to the

When Vladimir Putin visits Beijing on May 14-15 , he will likely join dozens of other countries' leaders in singing the praises of President Xi Jinping's international transport infrastructure initiative, known as “One Belt, One Road,” or OBOR. The … . On May 14-15, Russian President Vladimir Putin will participate in the international forum “One Belt, One Road” held in Beijing, where he will deliver a number of initiatives aimed at deepening integration on the Eurasian continent. As an assistant to …

Putin plays piano ahead of his meeting with Xi Jinping
Putin plays piano ahead of his meeting with Xi Jinping

Vladimir Putin plays the piano while awaiting Xi Jinping for bilateral talks in Beijing. According to Russian state television, the tunes were Soviet-era songs about Moscow and St Petersburg. It is not the first time the Russian president has shown off … . Tensions arising on the Korean peninsula after a North Korean missile test on Sunday has become a matter of concern for Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping, Putin's spokesperson told.

BEIJING, China – Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping expressed concern about rising tensions on the Korean peninsula after a North Korean missile test on Sunday, Putin's spokesman said. Meeting on the sidelines of an

BEIJING, May 14. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday invited global business, public and political leaders to attend this year's economic forums in Russia's St. Petersburg and Vladivostok. Speaking at the opening ceremony of the One Belt …

BEIJING, May 14. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese leader Xi Jinping have voiced their concern over the situation on the Korean peninsula after North Korea's new ballistic missile launch on Sunday. "Naturally, they [Putin and Xi … . BEIJING, May 14. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin has played the melodies of two popular songs about Moscow and St. Petersburg on the piano during his visit to China on Sunday. The Russian president played the melody of the song "Moscow. The President of Russia Vladimir Putin on may 14-15, will participate in the international forum of “One belt and one road”, which will be held in Beijing. In fact, the program assumes the format of an official visit to China. Как устроена главная …

Delivering a speech at the Belt and Road Forum in China on Sunday, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that "hawkish rhetoric" that some powers use is no longer efficient in solving regional conflicts. BEIJING (Sputnik) — The world should stop …

President Xi Jinping used talks with his Russian counterpart on Sunday to push for stronger ties “in all circumstances”, as Beijing and Moscow pursue a united front on key global issues. Xi pressed the cause as he met Russian President Vladimir Putin … . Russia's president didn't fritter away his time ahead of a meeting with his Chinese counterpart at a high-profile forum in Beijing. Known for his keen interest in music, Vladimir Putin played the unofficial anthems of Moscow and St. Petersburg on a piano.

BEIJING, May 14. /TASS/. Protectionism is becoming a norm in the modern world as the potential of previous economic development models has already been exhausted, Russian President Vladimir Putin said at the opening ceremony of the One Belt, One


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