Russia, China agree to expand security ties A top Russian security official says the Kremlin considers beefing up ties with Beijing as a top policy goal
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Russia and China agree to expand security ties
Top Russian official declares on a visit to China that Kremlin considers beefing up ties with Beijing a top policy goal.