Russia and China’s “friendship without borders” is being tested – will it survive?

They will come to the meeting, which is expected to take place this week in Uzbekistan, with their own agendas and challenges that will test the important bilateral relationship that the two leaders described as a “friendship without borders”.

Moscow needs Beijing. Russia’s recent failures on the battlefields of Ukraine and the extensive damage caused by Western sanctions mean that China’s support becomes even more important.

China is now a major buyer of Russian goods, helping to replenish Moscow’s coffers.

But Beijing remains cautious. He wants to show himself strong in the increasingly fierce competition with the United States and cannot afford a humiliating defeat for his main partner in the autocratic alliance.

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