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Russian President Vladimir Putin, left, and Chinese President Xi Jinping, right, attend the Tsinghua Universitys ceremony, at Friendship Palace on April 26, 2019 in Beijing, China. (Photo by Kenzaburo Fukuhara - Pool/Getty Images)Kenzaburo Fukuhara - Pool/Getty Images

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BEIJING (LifeSiteNews) – In Beijing on Wednesday, Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov reiterated his country’s desire to establish a new “democratic world order” with China.  

“We, together with you, and with our sympathizers will move towards a multipolar, just, democratic world order,” Lavrov said in a video ahead of his meeting with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi. 

Lavrov added that the formation of this new “world order” is increasingly necessary as the globe continues to live “through a very serious stage in the history of international relations.” 

In response, China’s foreign ministry released a statement from its minister, Wang Yi, agreeing with Lavrov’s sentiment and plainly stating the country’s partnership with Russia.  

“China-Russia relations have withstood the new test of the changing international situation, maintained the correct direction of progress and shown tenacious development momentum,” stated Wang Yi. 

Another member of the Chinese foreign ministry, spokesman Wang Wenbin, also revealed to reporters that China is working closely with Russia with the specific goal of “advancing global multipolarity and the democratization of international relations.” 

“Our striving for peace has no limits, our upholding of security has no limits, our opposition towards hegemony has no limits,” added Wang Wenbin.  

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This is not the first time China and Russia have pledged public allegiance to one another, particularly with respect to furthering a global agenda.  

In February, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping released a joint statement vowing to “accelerate the implementation of the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development,” calling for international cooperation in the “key areas” of “poverty reduction, food security, vaccines and epidemics control, financing for development, climate change, sustainable development, including green development, industrialization, digital economy, and infrastructure connectivity.” 

The willingness China and Russia have for working together to further their goals on the world stage is largely unsurprising to those who follow the actions of the U.N. and other more behind-the-scenes global groups like the World Economic Forum (WEF).

Both Jinping and Putin have heralded the work of WEF chairman Klaus Scwhab, with Putin praising Schwab’s concept framework of a “Fourth Industrial Revolution.” 

While LifeSiteNews has noted the inconsistencies with how the mainstream media has covered the Russia-Ukraine conflict, by largely ignoring the actions taken by Ukraine, NATO, and other globalists to provoke the war, Putin too has come under intense scrutiny for his role in furthering a global totalitarian agenda.  

As reported by LifeSiteNews, in addition to praising Schwab and his commitment to following the U.N. 2030 agenda, Putin enforced COVID-19 lockdowns, signed Russia up for the 2015 Paris Climate Accord, and has defended the expansion of artificial intelligence in accordance with the WEF’s “Great Reset” agenda.