Local leaders are visiting overseas. In addition to officials and security personnel, there are usually translators to accompany them. These translators are even more promising. Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in Moscow on Wednesday for a state visit. There is also a tall “glasse man” and Xi Jinping who are almost inseparable from the trip. He is constantly working as a translator. Where is he sacred?
Xi Jinping’s chief Russian translator
Chinese President Xi Jinping, at the invitation of Russian President Vladimir Putin, will pay a three-day state visit to Russia from Wednesday (5th) to Friday (7th). On the first day of the two-person trip, they met at the Kremlin and signed two joint statements.
Russian media said that Xi Jinping’s visit to Russia was very loud and the number of Chinese delegations reached 1,000. In addition to the two heads of state, there is also a Chinese chief Russian translator, Cheng Yizhen.
Russian high school graduates and graduated into the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
According to the data, Cheng Yizhen is a native of Shaanxi, like Xi Jinping. He graduated from the Russian Department of Xi’an International Studies University and entered the Chinese Foreign Ministry with the highest score.
Cheng Yizhen became the deputy director of the six divisions of the European Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 2010. He also attended many important events in China and Russia from time to time, following Xi Jinping, including the 2015 Russian Red Square parade and the 70th anniversary of the victory of the Chinese Anti-Japanese War. He can be seen in the 2017 and 2019 April Belt and Road International Cooperation Summit.