For the first time in two and a half years, Xi Jinping has left China. After a brief stopover in Kazakhstan, China’s head of state landed in Uzbekistan in the evening local time. The summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization begins there on Thursday, and Russia’s President Vladimir Putin is also expected to attend. Bilateral meetings are scheduled for Thursday, including the eagerly awaited meeting between Xi and Putin.
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