Russia’s Consul General in Hong Kong Igor Sagitov completed his duty. The Consulate General of the Russian Federation reported this on Facebook (its owner, Meta, is known as an extremist and is banned in Russia).
In the statement made by the diplomatic mission, it is stated that, according to the established protocol practice, Sagitov had previously held meetings with the chief secretary of the Hong Kong administration (the second most important post) Eric Tsang and the deputy commissar of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs. This particular administrative region of China is Pan Yundong.
Sagitov has been serving as Consul General of the Russian Federation in Hong Kong and Macau, special administrative regions of China, since August 2019.
Previously at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan statedIt was stated that Consul General of the Russian Federation Evgeny Bobrov, who stated that the use of the Russian language in the schools of the Republic has decreased, left his post.
Prior to this, Piao Yanfan, Consul General of the People’s Republic of China in Vladivostok statedRussian and Chinese media need to unite and reverse the trend of dominant influence in the Western press world.
Previously US Secretary of State Antony Blinken statedThat Russia and China pose “the most serious threat to world order” on the planet.
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