Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao wrapped up his two-day official visit to Russia and left here for Beijing Tuesday evening.
Russia was the last stop of Wen's six-day four-nation tour, which also took him to Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and Belarus.
During his stay in Russia, Wen met with Russian President Vladimir Putin, held talks with his Russian counterpart Viktor Zubkov and attended the closing ceremony for the "Year of China" in Russia.
The two sides signed a series of agreements, in which China and Russia vowed to step up bilateral cooperation in the fields of trade, energy and finance.
The Chinese premier also delivered a speech at a China-Russia high-level economic forum and held a seminar with Russian parliamentarians.
Wen arrived in Moscow late Monday after an official visit to Belarus. Last Friday, he attended the sixth meeting of prime ministers of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization in the Uzbek capital of Tashkent.