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The Beijing-Moscow motor rally participants on Tuesday left Novosibirsk
The Beijing-Moscow motor rally participants on Tuesday left Novosibirsk. Thirteen landrovers driven by journalists of China's leading mass media are to cover some 700 kilometres on Tuesday in order to arrive in Omsk by the evening. On Monday, the participants in the “Benchmarks of Chinese-Russian Friendship” rally met Russian president’s plenipotentiary representative in the Siberian federal district Anatoly Kvashnin. “I wish you to have as many interesting meetings as possible, including unplanned and many discoveries for you in the territory of Russia, so go and good luck!” the presidential envoy told the guests. According to the motor rally participants, during their two-day stay in Novosibirsk they made several pleasant discoveries. They learned, for instance, that this largest city of the Asian part of the Russian Federation has a television channel broadcasting in the Chinese language. The Chinese journalists admitted that they understood here that “the Russian national dish borsch is wonderfully tasty.” “However, most of all we were surprised to see that ordinary people are very friendly towards the Chinese people, we simply did not expect to meet such a hearty welcome,” deputy head of the delegation of China Radio International Li Zhi Yuan said. He also particularly noted a “very fruitful, pleasant cooperation with Itar-Tass.” “The agency has exerted many efforts to make this motor rally happen and we express to it our deep gratitude,” the China Radio International said at a meeting with the Novosibirsk colleagues in the regional information centre Tass-Sibir.
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