Russia-China Friendship Association promotes Sinology classics

16:46, July 01, 2010      

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A six-volume collection of Sinology classics was promoted in Moscow Wednesday commemorating the ninth anniversary of signing the Sino-Russian Good-Neighborly Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation.

The collection, entitled Chinese Spiritual Culture, was compiled by Russian Sinologists in 15 years comprehensively expounding the profound Chinese culture evolved across thousands of years from philosophy, religion, history, politics, ideology, technology, culture and arts.

Mikhail Titarenko, President of Russia-China Friendship Association (RCFA) that hosted the event, hailed the treaty of friendship as of vital significance and momentum to develop bilateral relations.

It not only enhances and deepens all-round pragmatic cooperation in political, economic, military and other sectors, said Titarenko, but also advances mutual understanding and friendship between Russian and Chinese peoples.

Li Hui, Chinese Ambassador to Russia, thanked the RCFA for its persistent dedication to promoting bilateral relationship and summarized huge achievements in this regard during the past 9 years after the treaty was signed.

Li said China and Russia should adhere to the tenets and principles stipulated in the treaty, implement various the agreements and consensuses reached between the two countries' leaders, and continuously push forward China-Russia relations of strategic cooperation and partnership.

The publishing of the new collection during the Chinese language year in Russia would play an indispensable role in engaging all Russian walks of life with Chinese history, traditions and culture, said Li.



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