New Platforms for Cooperation between China and Russia: Prospects for Development
The bilateral relationship with China is one of the key building blocks of Russia’s foreign policy strategy. Despite the volatile geopolitical environment, bilateral contacts enjoy continuous sustainable development in a number of areas. Most recently, alongside the traditional areas of collaboration such as energy and forestry, bilateral links are gaining momentum in the IT, telecommunications, media, and agro-industrial sectors. It is these fields that hold the promise of new areas of growth in Russian–Chinese relations. What might facilitate more effective cooperation in the new areas of growth? What are the challenges that Russia and China might face in this process?
Li Zengxin, World Editor, Member of the Editorial Committee, Caixin Media
Shujie Wang, Chairman, Tempus Travel Group Co Ltd
Tu Guangshao, Vice Chairman, China Investment Corporation
Xiaolin Li, Deputy Chairman of the Management Board, Silk-Road Planning Research Center
Zhou Liqun, General Manager, China Chengtong International Investment Ltd.
Dmitry Mednikov, Deputy General Director, Federal State Unitary Enterprise All-Russia State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company
Dmitry Mezentsev, Chairman of The Council of the Federation of the Russian Federation Committee on Economic Policy
Alexander Misharin, First Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Russian Railways
Maksim Surnin, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, BAIKALSEA Group of Companies
Alexey Chekunkov, Chief Executive Officer, Far East and Baikal Region Development Fund
He Zhenwei, Secretary General, China Overseas Development Association
Front row participants
Wang Ping, Chairman, China Chamber of Tourism
Boris Titov, Presidential Commissioner of the Russian Federation for the Protection of Entrepreneurs’ Rights