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cow will not compromise on its fundamental national interests in the face of sanctions.
“There is no talk about a truce,” he said. “If we totally surrender and sp
it on our fundamental national interests, will there be any fundamental changes? M
aybe, there will be some external signals. But nothing will change dramatically.”
Putin added that Russia’s losses from economic sanctions were m
ore than five times lower than those of the main countries that imposed them.
“According to expert data, as a result of these restrictions, Russia lost about 50 billion US dollars since 2014, while the European Unio
n lost 240 billion dollars, the United States, 17 billion dollars, and Japan 27 billion dollars,” Putin said.
He said the losses were reflected in a reduction in the number of jo
bs in the countries that imposed sanctions as a result of losing the Russian market.
President Xi Ji上海419品茶微信nping talks with Democratic People’s Republic of Korea top leader Kim Jongun in Pyon
gyang on Friday. Several paces behind them are Xi’s wife, Peng Liyuan (left), and Kim’s wife, Ri Solju
President Xi Jinping said on Friday that his visit to the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea demonstrated the two countries’ firm will to advance the po
litical settlement of the Korean Peninsula issue and to promote lasting peace and security in the region.
Xi, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, made the remark while meeting with Kim Jong-un, chairman of the W
orkers’ Party of Korea and chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the DPRK, in Pyongyang. Xi wr
apped up his two-day state visit to the DPRK on Friday.General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Pa
rty of China (CPC) and Chinese President Xi Jinping and his wife Peng Liyuan talk with Kim Jong-un, chairman of t
he Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK) and chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the Democratic People’s Repu
blic of Korea (DPRK), and his wife Ri Sol-ju at the state guest house in Pyongyang, capital of the DP
mmunist Party 上海乌托邦女神会所of China (CPC) and Chinese president, and his wife Peng Liyuan, accompanied by Kim Jong-un, chairman of the Workers’ Party
of Korea (WPK) and chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) and his wife Ri Sol-ju, watch a lar
ge group callisthenics and art performance at the May Day Stadium in Pyongyang, DPRK, Jun
he two sides should enhance strategic communications and exchange views on major issues in a ti
mely manner to build a good environment for the development of bilateral ties, Xi said, and the two co
untries should expand practical cooperation to bring more benefits to the people of both sides.
In their talks, Xi also stressed the importance of deepening
mutual learning on the experience of governance, enhancing training of each other’s off
icials and boosting exchanges in such areas as education, health, sports, media, youth and local government.
On behalf of the Workers’ Party of Korea, the government and the peopl
of the DPRK, Kim expressed a warm welcome to Xi, saying that the general secretary’s visit, a
mid his tight schedule, is a great encouragement and shows political support for his party, government and people.
filmmakers sho上海夜生活品茶微信uld work harder toward developing new film genres and raising the quality of their storytelling to draw back audiences to the cinema.
“When I started to work in the film sector in 2001, China’s annual box-
office takings were less than 900 million yuan. The figure expanded to 60.9 billion yuan in 2
018. We should keep this (earlier) momentum going despite 2019 looking like a difficult year,” Yu says.
And huddling for warmth has become one of the main themes of the festival forums this year.
Fan Luyuan, chairman of tech giant Alibaba Group’s film subsidiary Alibaba Pictures, say
s Chinese filmmakers should get together to enhance cooperation and combat economic risks.
Instead of investing alone in big-budget films, as in the past, most studios now prefer to joi
n forces to co-finance them, echoes Jiang Ping, general manager of the China Film Group.
For instance, Shanghai Fortress, one of the most anticipated science-fi
ction movies after The Wandering Earth-a game changer in the film genre in China-has s
o far drawn 12 companies on board, with five involved in coproduction and the other seven in co-distribution.