Russia increased copper, nickel and aluminum supplies to China by a third in April 03:08

Last month, supplies of copper, nickel and aluminum from Russia to China increased by almost a third on a yearly basis. This was reported based on data from the Customs Administration of the People’s Republic of China. RIA News.

The total cost of Russian procurement in monetary terms increased one and a half times, reaching 570 million dollars.

In April, nickel exports increased more than 6 times on an annual basis, reaching 4.2 thousand tons, and its value increased from 16 million dollars to 62 million dollars. Russia’s copper supplies increased by a third, reaching 20 thousand tons, and aluminum sales increased by 27%. It amounted to 120 thousand tons and its cost increased from 230 million dollars to 335 million dollars.

Previously Kazakhstan approved Protocol on the transit of Russian oil to China.

May 18, Vice President of the Russian Federation Yuri Ushakov in the name Successful negotiations took place between Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping.

Previously Xi Jinping statedHe said that relations between the PRC and the Russian Federation have passed the test of the international situation.

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Source: Gazeta

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