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ONCE A YEAR...

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A JOURNEY OF A THOUSAND MILES...

...begins with a single step!

Sicheres Reisen mit allen Hintergrundinformationen zu Ein- und Ausreisebestimmungen

Persönliche Rundum-Betreuung: Beratung, Organisation, sorglos Reisen, Nachbetreuung, Feedback, gegebenenfalls Hilfe im Versicherungsfall

Höchste Hygienestandards unsere Partner in den Bereichen, Hotels, Airlines und Autovermietungen

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Kooperation mit den österreichischen Bundesforsten im Hinblick auf klimaneutrales Reisen

Persönliche Erreichbarkeit, kein Callcenter – keine Wartschleifen

Geld-Zurück-Garantie innerhalb von 3 Tagen nach Reiseabsage seitens der Leistungsträger (Flugausfall, Nichterreichen der Mindestreiseteilnehmeranzahl, etc…)

Auf Wunsch bieten wir Ihnen durch den Erwerb von CO2-Ausgleichszertifikaten die Möglichkeit, den Umweltschutz nicht ausser Acht zu lassen

Business Travel

Der Alltag von Geschäftsreisenden wird durch straffe Zeitpläne bestimmt.

Sie äußern Ihre Wünsche und wir sorgen für das auf Ihre Bedürfnisse zugeschnittene Angebot:

Unsere langjährigen Kontakte zu Hotels, Airlines und Partnern vor Ort, sowie unser tatkräftiger Einsatz machen es möglich, Ihre Geschäftsreisen mit folgenden Services komfortabler zu gestalten:

  • detailliertes Angebot zu Ihrer Anfrage ohne lange Wartezeit
  • Wahlmöglichkeit aus verschiedenen Flugoptionen, von den günstigsten bis zu meilenoptimierten Tarifen
  • Weltweite Transferbuchungen
  • Sitzplatzreservierungen & Online Check-In
  • Sofortige Kontaktaufnahme & Updates bei Flugverspätungen oder sonstigen Änderungen
  • individuell abgestimmte Verrechnungsmodalitäten

Pauschalreisen

Wir planen Ihre Reisen Ihren Vorstellungen entsprechend und bringen unsere Erfahrungen ein. Freuen Sie sich auf einen entspannten Urlaub, wir kümmern uns um den Rest.

Wir kooperieren mit verlässlichen Veranstaltern und Airlines, unter anderem: TUI, Schauinsland, Der Touristik, Billa Reisen, Anex Tours, FTI uvm. Doch auch unsere kleineren, weniger bekannten Partnerunternehmen ermöglichen es uns, auf außergewöhnliche Wünsche abseits der klassischen Touristenpfade einzugehen!

Individualreisen

Für alle Reisefreunde, die gerne ganz individuell, also zu zweit oder mit Freunden – ohne Gruppe – unterwegs sein möchten, helfen wir gerne bei der Planung. Unser Team aus erfahrenen Urlaubsprofis unterbreitet die Optionen, übernimmt die Organisation und macht Ihre kühnsten Reiseträume wahr.

So reisen Sie individuell & entspannt!

Studienreisen

Kultur- und Studienreisen verbinden das Angenehme mit dem Nützlichen. Lernen Sie andere Länder kennen und wandeln Sie auf den Spuren alter Kulturen. Wir arbeiten beispielsweise seit einigen Jahren sehr erfolgreich mit unserem Partner Studiosus zusammen, der ein Garant für hochwertige Studienreisen ist.

  • Sie lernen Land und Leute authentisch und intensiv kennen
  • Die Gruppe besteht ausschließlich aus gleichgesinnten Mitreisenden
  • Studiosus bietet über 1000 Routen in mehr als 100 Ländern
  • perfekte Organisation und hervorragende Qualität
  • erstklassige, zertifizierte Reiseleiter

Doch auch viele andere, gängige Studienreisen-Veranstalter sind über uns buchbar.

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Flugreisen und Klimaschutz? Das muss kein Widerspruch sein!

Wir möchten dazu beitragen, dass durch den Tourismus die wirtschaftliche Entwicklung der Länder und das gegenseitige Verständnis gefördert wird. Wir erstellen in erster Linie nachhaltige Reisenangebote, bei welchen wir als Reiseveranstalter Verantwortung übernehmen, größtmögliche Transparenz schaffen und das Reisen in Einklang mit Mensch und Natur ermöglichen.

Wir helfen den österreichischen Bundesforsten bei dem notwendigen Waldumbau in den vom Klimawandel besonders stark betroffenen Regionen wie etwa dem Wienerwald. In diesem Sinne pflanzt Sato Tours in Kooperation mit den Bundesforsten pro gebuchter Pauschalreise einen neuen Baum.

Unsere Reiseprofis

Markus martinek.

Geschäftsführer SATO TOURS

Katharina Heger

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Boris Budinoski

Head of Business & Leisure Travel, Lehrlingsausbilder

Veronika Aumayr

Executive Assistant - Business & Leisure Travel

MEIN SPEZIALGEBIET: Städtereisen und Italien

MEINE PERFEKTE REISE IST: erholsam, unvergesslich & authentisch

Nadine Grötzer

Travel Consultant - Business & Leisure Travel

MEIN SPEZIALGEBIET: Städtereisen

MEINE PERFEKTE REISE IST: abenteuerlustig, kulturell und exotisch

Natascha Kriegl

MEIN SPEZIALGEBIET: individuelle Rundreisen, Aktivreisen, Hochzeitsreisen

MEINE PERFEKTE REISE IST: abenteuerlich, authentisch, aktiv

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Trainee - Business & Leisure Travel

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Was Kunden über unser Reisebüro sagen:

“ Sehr kompetente, freundliche Beratung und Vorschläge an Flugverbindungen für Geschäftsreisen über den gesamten Globus rasche, unkomplizierte Abwicklung von Buchungen inkl. Web Check-In, individuell bevorzugte Sitzplatzreservierungen und Unterstützung bei Gutschrift von Statusmeilen für Vielflieger stets freundliches, hilfsbereites Personal Topservice in Notlagen während der Reise - auch in exotische Destinationen - wie auch vor Ort (Verschiebungen von Flugzeiten, sehr kurzfristig erforderliche Umbuchungen, versicherungsrelevante Vorfälle etc.) All das gilt auch für private Reisen 😊👍🏻 ” THERESA WUTZ EEE AUSTRIA INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS GMBH, 8054 Graz
“ Vor einem Jahr zum ersten Mal bei Sato gebucht - MALEDIVEN alles war perfekt! Somit steht unserer diesjährigen Buchung ins Ferne Neuseeland nichts mehr im Weg! Die kompetente und zuverlässliche Beratung der Mitarbeiter schätzen wir sehr. Es wird auf Details geachtet und engagiert den Wünschen nachgegangen und auch auf vieles hingewiesen was der Kunde nicht bedenkt. Wir freuen uns schon auf unsere Reise im Februar 2023 ” ULRIKE ANKOWITSCH Touristikkundin, 2291 Lassee
“ Ich buche seit 25 Jahren alle meine Reisen bei Sato Tours. Der Service, die persönliche Betreuung und die Beratung sind einfach nicht zu übertreffen. Ich fühle mich bei Sato Tours immer gut aufgehoben und weiß, dass ich stets einen Ansprechpartner habe, wenn im Urlaub mal etwas schief gehen sollte. Ein besonders schönes Highlight war meine Reise nach Australien und Neuseeland, die die Experten von Sato Tours mit mir gemeinsam stundenlang geplant und organisiert haben. Ich würde meine Reisen nie wo anders buchen, auf die Mitarbeiter von Sato Tours ist einfach Verlass! ” MARTINA NOVAK Touristikkundin, 2514 Traiskirchen
“ Einmal Sato immer Sato Freundlich zuvorkommend Kompetent Urlaub beginnt bei Sato im Reisebüro ” BRUNO FLOH Touristikkunde, 1050 Wien
“ Das BESTE Reisebüro überhaupt Wieso stelle ich diese Behauptung auf. Kurz zusammengefasst: Die Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter in diesem Reisebüro sind kompetent und freundlich. Reisewünsche werden innerhalb kürzester Zeit bearbeitet, zusammengestellt und übermittelt. Erreichbarkeit ist immer gegeben, da es sogar eine Notfallnummer (Einzigartig!) gibt, die ich selbst schon aus dem Ausland benötigt habe. Alle Schwierigkeiten wurden professionell gelöst. Und alles zu einem Preis- Leistungsverhältnis, das sensationell ist. Resümee: Das BESTE Reisebüro überhaupt ” MANFRED MASCHL Touristikkunde, 1110 Wien
“ Wir nehmen seit fast 20 Jahre die Dienstleistungen von Sato Tours für unsere Reisen in Anspruch. Stets wurden wir bei der Planung hilfreich und kompetent unterstützt und freundlich beraten. Auch die Preisgestaltung und Buchung aller, zum Auftrag gehörenden Komponenten, wurde immer ordnungsgemäß und seriös durchgeführt. Zusätzlich zu den üblichen Leistungen, wurde uns auch die Beschaffung von Visum, Sitzplatzreservierung, Check in, uvm. abgenommen. Ebenso wurden wir bei Reklamationen gegenüber Hotels, Fluggesellschaften, anderen Reiseveranstaltern, etc. von Sato Tours erfolgreich unterstützt. Wir freuen uns einen verlässlichen Partner für unsere Reisen gefunden zu haben. ” ERWIN & DORIS HAJEK Touristikkunden, 2332 Hennersdorf
“ Die Zusammenarbeit mit dem gesamten SATO Team empfinde ich als sehr professionell und wertschätzend. Wir fühlen uns sehr gut aufgehoben und wissen, dass wir in jeder Situation und bei jeder Anfrage auf eine rasche Hilfestellung zählen können. ” MARLENE MAYERHOFER SeneCura - Näher am Menschen, 1020 Wien

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Our 60 most popular moscow trips. compare tour itineraries from 45 tour companies. 308 reviews. 4.7/5 avg rating., popular moscow tours.

St Petersburg & Moscow in Style - Winter

St Petersburg & Moscow in Style - Winter

  • Explore the majestic St Petersburg & Moscow on private city tours
  • Admire the rich Russian history, art and architecture
  • Travel to Moscow on a highspeed train
  • Enjoy the local cuisine in stylish restaurants

Lower Volga Voyage

Lower Volga Voyage

  • Visit magnificent Red Square and Kremlin and examine the collection at theKremlin’s State Armory.
  • Experience Russia’s diverse musical traditions at lively folk music performances
  • Explore Volgograd, the site of the decisive battle of World War II’s eastern front

Volga Dream Russian River Cruise

Volga Dream Russian River Cruise

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St Petersburg & Moscow in Style - Summer

White Russian - 7 days

White Russian - 7 days

  • Discover Moscow's UNESCO-listed Red Square, home to spectacular St Basil’s Cathedral, Lenin's Mausoleum and the historic GUM Department store
  • Explore the grounds of Moscow's mighty Kremlin, with its numerous governmentbuildings, gold-domed cathedrals and the giant tsar bell
  • Celebrate New Year's Eve in Moscow!
  • Take in the highlights of St Petersburg including a guided tour of the exquisite Church on Spilled Blood, Peter & Paul Fortress and Cathedral
  • Take a guided tour of the remarkable Hermitage Museum at the Winter Palace

Vodka Shot - 6 days

Vodka Shot - 6 days

  • Explore the beautiful city of St Petersburg, including the exquisite Church on Spilled Blood, Peter & Paul Fortress and Nevsky Prospekt
  • Marvel at the dazzling array of art and exhibits in the world-famous Hermitage Museum, at the Winter Palace in St Petersburg
  • Discover a lavish residence of the tsars on a day trip to Catherine Palace at Tsarkoe Selo (winter: mid-October to April) or Peterhof Palace and gardens (summer: May to mid-October)
  • Take in the highlights of the capital on a walking tour, visiting Moscow's famous Red Square, home to the historic GUM Department Store, Lenin’s Mausoleum and spectacular St Basil’s Cathedral
  • Take a guided tour of the Moscow Kremlin, Russia’s political power house. Stroll around the grounds of this fortified complex, visit the Kremlin's cathedrals and see the mighty Tsar Bell

Route of the Romanovs - 10 days

Route of the Romanovs - 10 days

  • Learn about the last days of the Romanovs in Yekaterinburg, visiting the sites where Tsar Nicolas II and his family were assassinated and buried
  • Straddle two continents at the famous obelisk Europe/Asia border marker in Yekaterinburg
  • Experience the Trans-Siberian railway on an overnight train journey from Moscow to Yekaterinburg

New Year's in Moscow - 9 days

New Year's in Moscow - 9 days

  • Visit Catherine Palace at Tsarkoe Selo on Christmas Day and marvel at the incredible Amber Room
  • Spend a night in Novgorod, an ancient city by the Volkhov River - explore the kremlin, cathedral and other sights and enjoy a traditional Russian banya (sauna)

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Back in the USSR - 7 days

Russian Revolution - 9 days

Russian Revolution - 9 days

  • Visit historic Novgorod, an ancient city which straddles the Volkhov River. Explore the attractive riverside kremlin and experience a traditional Russian banya (sauna)

The Snowball - 6 days

The Snowball - 6 days

  • Visit Catherine Palace at Tsarkoe Selo and marvel at the incredible Amber Room

Mood for Moscow - 4 days

Mood for Moscow - 4 days

  • Head underground to visit a Stalinist-era Soviet Bunker on an optional excursion
  • Stroll to the vibrant Izmailovo Market, which lies behind the walls of an ancient Kremlin, and shop for an array of souvenirs

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Put-in tours

Original tour agency in moscow and st petersburg..

Onboard a Soviet van!

Welcome to Russia!

We are Sergey and Simon, a Russian and a Frenchman, both  passionate about Moscow, Saint-Petersburg and classic cars. Together, we have created Put-in tours. Our goal is to help you experience Russian culture off the beaten path. Join us onboard our classic Soviet van and let’s get rolling!

In Moscow we offer you a city tour to discover most of the city in an original way as well as a night tour to admire the lights. Our pubcrawl is ideal to explore Moscow’s night-life and have fun. If you are craving to discover Russian culture, come impress your senses during our monastery diner or join our 100% Russian Banya Excursion . The latest will also bring you to Sergiyev Posad and it’s famous monastery!

For the most extreme travellers, our shooting tour will deliver your daily dose of adrenaline whereas our tank excursion will let you ride a real tank and shoot a bazooka.

We also offer help to receive your visa , safe and multilingual airport transfers , as well as organisation services for team-building events or bachelor parties .

All our excursions (but the monastery diner) happen onboard our Soviet military vans and can be covered by our  professionnal photographer or videographer.

In Saint Petersburg

We welcome you in Saint Petersburg onboard our Soviet van to discover the imperial city with our city tour and night tour .

Continue your discovery in style! The adrenaline lovers will like our shooting tour  which brings 3 Russian weapons to the tip of your trigger finger.

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El arte de viajar en grupo

Las 5 mejores razones por las que recorrer el Báltico

Los países bálticos se encuentran entre los destinos turísticos más subestimados de Europa. Estonia, Letonia y Lituania tienen mucho que ofrecer. Le revelamos en este artículo por qué un viaje al Báltico merece la pena:

Diverso legado histórico

Debido a su ubicación geográfica periférica, los Estados bálticos siempre han sido un punto de encuentro de diferentes influencias culturales. Además de los alemanes y los daneses, también gobernaron los suecos, los polacos y los rusos a lo largo de los 10.000 años de historia de los asentamientos. Todos dejaron huellas que no sólo se reflejan en las capitales bálticas.

Descubra Vilnius con SATO Tours

Si le interesa el rico patrimonio histórico, disfrutará especialmente en la capital lituana, Vilnius: como una de las metrópolis más liberales de Europa, la ciudad ha sido, en su variada historia, un refugio para varios grupos étnicos. No es una casualidad que también sea conocida como la «Jerusalén del norte» o «Roma del este».

Excelente cocina

El diverso patrimonio histórico de la región del Báltico también se refleja en su cocina tradicional: influenciada por la cocina rusa, polaca, escandinava y alemana, la región del Báltico ha producido muchos platos deliciosos que tienen un sabor maravilloso. Cerdo, tocino, masa de patatas, repollo y chucrut predominan sobre la mesa tanto como bayas, champiñones o pescado. Los platos típicos como el cepelinai (empanadillas de patata) o el syslykai (pinchos de carne) se acompañan a menudo de cerveza recién elaborada.

Los países bálticos también ofrecen una escena gastronómica joven y fresca que rompe con la cocina tradicional de una manera peculiar. El mejor lugar para comenzar su exploración es la capital letona, Riga, llena de restaurantes jóvenes que valoran la calidad y los productos regionales.

Coloridos paisajes

Tan coloridas como la historia y el arte culinario son los paisajes que se encuentran en los países bálticos: además de las maravillosas costas y sus kilométricas playas de arena, tambien los increíbles parques naturales y los pintorescos bosques de pinos invitan a descubrirlos.

Descubra el Báltico con SATO Tours

Para aquellos que aprecian la cercanía al mar, las interminables playas de Letonia, como por ejemplo, en la famosa localidad costera de Jurmala (a 40 km de Riga) les conquistarán.

Impresionante arquitectura

Casi ninguna región de Europa ofrece una pluralidad de estilos arquitectónicos como los países bálticos: además de los edificios medievales y los con «encanto soviético» (como la Academia de Ciencias en Riga), Estonia, Letonia y Lituania también impresionan con sus testimonios góticos, renacentistas, barrocos y art nouveau.

Descubra Riga con SATO Tours

Los amantes de Art Noveau disfrutarán especialmente en la capital de Letonia, Riga: los maravillosos edificios Art Nouveau de la nueva ciudad no son injustificadamente Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO. Pasear por las calles y maravillarse con las obras maestras arquitectónicas es una obligación en todos nuestros viajes a los países bálticos. Por qué, lo comprenderá a más tardar cuando se encuentre allí.

Ambiente relajado

Aunque los Estados bálticos son un destino encantador, (aún) no son muy populares entre las masas de turistas: Estonia, Letonia y Lituania han podido conservar gran parte de su originalidad y su ambiente auténtico y relajado. Esto permite hacer turismo a un buen precio. Estamos seguros de que te gustará tanto como a nosotros.

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By David Pierson

President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia attended a trade fair on Friday in a northeastern Chinese city and toured a state-backed university famous for its cutting-edge defense research, highlighting how economic and military ties between the countries have grown despite, or perhaps because of, Western pressure.

Mr. Putin’s visit to Harbin, a Chinese city with a Russian past, is part of a trip aimed at demonstrating that he has powerful friends even as his war against Ukraine — a campaign that he is escalating — has isolated him from the West. The visit followed a day of talks between him and President Xi Jinping of China that seemed orchestrated to convey not only the strategic alignment of the two powerful, autocratic leaders against the West, but a personal connection.

State media showed Mr. Putin and Mr. Xi, neckties off after formal talks on Thursday, strolling under willow trees and sipping tea at a traditional pavilion on the sprawling grounds of Zhongnanhai, the walled leadership compound in Beijing, with only their interpreters. As Mr. Xi saw Mr. Putin off in the evening, he even initiated a hug — a rare expression of affection for the Chinese leader.

Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping, both seated at a table, gazing in the same direction as two men sit behind them. All four are wearing dark suits and white shirts.

“Xi’s very deliberate embrace of Putin for the cameras wasn’t just to emphasize the closeness of the political relationship between the two countries and their leaders,” said Richard McGregor, a senior fellow for East Asia at the Lowy Institute in Sydney. “There was also a touch of disdain directed at Washington, which has been pressuring Beijing to withdraw support from Moscow. That clearly isn’t going to happen in any substantive fashion.”

The show of camaraderie was the final touch in talks that culminated in a joint statement that took aim at the United States, which Mr. Putin and Mr. Xi have accused of seeking to suppress their countries. The statement pledged that Russia and China would work more closely in critical sectors like energy, space and the military.

The large size of Russia’s delegation, which included Mr. Putin’s top security and energy officials, as well the length of the bilateral meetings, implied the seriousness with which both sides have approached the negotiations, said Alexander Gabuev, a China expert at the Carnegie Russia Eurasia Center in Berlin.

“It’s like an iceberg,” he said. “The public documents are symbolic and largely meaningless. But there’s an underwater part, which is likely to be much more significant.”

Still, Mr. Putin’s visit also showed the limits of the countries alliance. In China, Mr. Xi rolled out the red carpet for Mr. Putin, but the visit did not produce any public commitments to concrete new projects or investments between the two countries.

Specifically, Mr. Putin and Mr. Xi have not publicly reported any progress on a planned new gas pipeline from China into Russia, known as Power of Siberia 2. Russia urgently needs the pipeline to redirect the flow of its gas exports from the rapidly declining market in Europe.

Mr. Putin had no news to share about the pipeline’s progress when he was asked about it in a brief news conference at the end of his trip on Friday.

“I am not prepared to discuss any technical details, but the interest of both sides in realizing these projects has been confirmed,” Mr. Putin said, referring to Power of Siberia 2.

He also deflected a question about reports that Chinese banks are reducing transactions with Russian clients out of fear of Western sanctions, turning the conversation from China to the shortcomings of the U.S. financial system.

The growing security ties between the two nuclear-armed powers was a focal point of Mr. Putin’s visit to Harbin, and the Harbin Institute of Technology.

While China and Russia are not formal allies committed to defend each other with military support, their armed forces have worked together more closely in recent years. Their air forces and navies have held joint military exercises, including near Alaska and Taiwan, the de facto independent island claimed by Beijing. On Thursday, the two leaders issued words of support for their separate claims to Taiwan and Ukraine.

And while China has vowed not to provide Russia with lethal weapons, it has been the top supplier of components like semiconductors and machine tools that have both civilian and military uses.

While that is helpful, Mr. Putin still seeks access to more sophisticated tools. The Harbin institute is best known for its research of rockets, missiles and space technology — expertise that Russia would greatly benefit from as the war in Ukraine has revived its need for a more robust military-industrial complex. The institute also trained North Korean scientists who worked on Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons program, according to The Wall Street Journal and South Korean media.

Mr. Putin’s tour of the institute was steeped in symbolism. The 103-year-old institution recently opened a joint campus with St. Petersburg State University, Mr. Putin’s alma mater. And in something of a snub to Washington, the school belongs on the United States’ so-called entity list, barring it from accessing American technology and taking part in educational exchanges because of its links to the People’s Liberation Army.

“We should be less concerned about what particular technologies China might be sharing with Russia from Harbin or elsewhere, than the larger pattern and signal that this visit represents,” said Markus Garlauskas, a security expert at the Atlantic Council.

“China did not need to host Putin at Harbin in order to transfer technologies from there to Russia,” he added. “That this visit took place so openly is a visible and symbolic sign of Beijing being willing to provide directly military-applicable technology to support Russia’s war against Ukraine.”

Song Zhongping, a commentator in Beijing who is a former military officer, defended Mr. Putin’s visit to the institute, pointing to the school’s cooperation with Russia in education.

“Communication at the university level between China and Russia is consistent with the academic exchange and national interests of both countries,” Mr. Song said.

Mr. Garlauskas said the tour of the institute had echoes of when Mr. Putin hosted Kim Jong-un, the North Korean dictator, at a Russian spaceport last year before Pyongyang began supplying Moscow with ballistic missiles and other munitions to use in Ukraine.

“What China shares with Russia, Russia could easily then turn around and share with North Korea,” Mr. Garlauskas said.

Not long ago, it was China that drew greater benefits from access to Russian military technology. Starting in the 1990s, and peaking in the early 2000s, Beijing was a major buyer of Russian arms. Sales then began to slow after Moscow grew concerned about China reverse-engineering Russian weapons, said Elizabeth Wishnick, a senior research scientist at the Center for Naval Analyses in Virginia.

It wasn’t until about a decade ago that cooperation between the two sides returned, leading to China’s acquisition of more Russian jet engine technology and surface-to-air missile systems. Still, in a sign that there are limits to its cooperation with China, Russia is holding out sharing its silent submarine technology, a feature that makes the vessels especially hard to detect, Ms. Wishnick said.

Mr. Putin is also using his visit to Harbin, where he attended a trade fair, to promote the flow of goods between the countries.

China has given Russia an economic lifeline by buying huge amounts of Russian oil to circumvent the effects of its financial isolation from the West. Not only that, with many foreign consumer brands also leaving Russia, Chinese companies have stepped in to fill a vacuum for the likes of automobiles , smartphones and televisions. That contributed to a record $240 billion in two-way trade between the China and Russia in 2023, up from $190 billion in 2022, according to Chinese customs data.

Maintaining that growth in trade is a major focus in both countries, analysts said, now that Western pressure on Chinese banks to scale back transactions with Russian firms is believed to have led to the first year-on-year decline in trade in more than two years in March.

One solution would be to increase the amount of transactions settled in local currencies rather than dollars to avoid the risk of sanctions. Mr. Putin said on Thursday that more than 90 percent of commercial transactions conducted between Russia and China were now being cleared in rubles or renminbi.

“Protecting the financial assets of big banks in China is the top crucial interest of China,” said Shi Yinhong, an international relations professor at Renmin University in Beijing. He said China was trying to reduce its exposure to the dollar beyond just in Russia, but that the room to do so was “limited.”

Olivia Wang and Anatoly Kurmanaev contributed reporting.

David Pierson covers Chinese foreign policy and China’s economic and cultural engagement with the world. He has been a journalist for more than two decades. More about David Pierson

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Here we go again: Russian President Vladimir Putin is having another one of his nuclear temper tantrums .

Threatening nuclear armageddon has become a way of life for Mad Vlad.

This time, according to the Russian Ministry of Defense, it is due to “provocative statements and threats by certain Western officials.” 

Translation: Putin is fearful that recent statements from French President Emmanuel Macron on potentially sending troops to Ukraine, and British Foreign Minister David Cameron’s green-lighting Ukrainian use of UK weapons inside of Russia, will mean the end of his “special military operation.”

Putin knows that the sanctuary being afforded to Russian forces by the Biden administration is his primary advantage over NATO-backed Ukraine.

The Kremlin can’t fight, let alone win, a fair fight.

So Putin is desperate to keep playing with a stacked deck — and inexplicably, President Biden keeps letting Moscow win with it.

Enough is enough.

Tuesday’s Russian nuclear drill near the Ukrainian border is simply Kabuki theater gone nuclear — and tactical at that.

Russia’s strategic nukes capable of hitting Washington, Paris or London remain sheathed. 

Iskander and Kinzhal missiles are Putin’s theatrical props; Western leaders, particularly Biden, are the intended audience.

We’ve seen this movie directed by Putin and his cronies before.

And its plot is getting old — and indeed tiresome.

Earlier this month, Ukraine’s northern neighbor Belarus conducted its own tactical nuclear drill  showing off Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko’s Iskanders and Su-25 fighter-bomber jets as they maneuvered alongside Russian forces.

The intent of this exercise was not just to threaten Ukraine; it was a message aimed at Poland and the Baltic States as well. 

It is time to see through this: Putin is unlikely to start a nuclear World War III no matter how bad it gets in Ukraine — even if he ends up losing Crimea.

Biden and his national security team, especially Jake Sullivan, need to transcend this escalation fear.

They are being played by Moscow.

And, as abundantly evidenced by the Biden administration’s schizophrenia regarding Ukrainian use of American weapons such as ATACMS inside of Russia, they are falling for it. 

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The latest switcheroo pulled by Biden & Co. came just last week: On May 15, during a visit to Kyiv , Secretary of State Antony Blinken said that the United States was not stopping Ukraine from using American-made weapons on targets in Russian territory.

The next day, the Pentagon pushed back as Deputy Press Secretary Sabrina Singh denied US policy had changed.

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin underscored this point on Monday, during a meeting of the Ukraine Defense Contact Group in Washington, saying: “We expect them to continue using the provided weapons on targets in Ukraine.”

Abbott and Costello’s classic “Who’s on First?” baseball routine is easier to understand than this nonsensical doubletalk coming out of Biden’s White House: Even if it is intended as strategic ambiguity, it is fooling no one.

Kyiv, as yet, has not used ATACMS to interdict Russian forces massing inside of Russia along the border of Ukraine’s Kharkiv Oblast: It is a huge reason why the Kremlin was able to easily penetrate up to six miles inside of Ukraine north of Kharkiv City and Vovchansk to the east when Moscow’s counteroffensive began on May 10. 

It does not matter who is on first in this nuclear game of bluff — what matters is that Biden, glued to the dugout, is losing it at the expense of Ukrainian lives.

Putin has been reveling in his nuclear tantrums since his three-day tour to Ukraine went south in March 2022.

Nearly nightly, his chief propagandists, including Olga Skabeyeva and Vladimir Solovyov, have fantasized on Russian state television about which Western city should be nuked first — including even events like Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral. 

Moscow has deployed this nuclear bluff in numerous ways: Putin created the equivalent of a Nuclear Force Z by weaponizing Ukraine’s nuclear power plant in Zaporizhzhia — and the Kremlin’s May 16 launch of an  anti-satellite weapon , potentially armed with nuclear capabilities, was likely intended as an exclamation mark to his latest series of nuclear threats. 

Yet that is as far as Russia has gone. 

Putin knows he cannot win a nuclear war — not with tactical nukes, strategic ones, or even through an environmental disaster along the lines of a Chernobyl.

NATO has nukes as well and would respond in kind.

Biden must stop falling for Putin’s nuclear tantrums. More will follow.

Recognize them for what they are: signs of Russian weakness and desperation. And get on with winning the war in Ukraine.

Col. (Ret.) Jonathan Sweet served 30 years as a military intelligence officer. Mark Toth writes on national security and foreign policy.

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'Perfect couple': Russia's dependence on China and what happens if Beijing abandons Moscow

After the invasion of Ukraine, Russia has been actively building up relations with China, trying to show the West a new Eastern alliance as opposed to NATO and the European Union. RBC-Ukraine analyzes whether Beijing sees it this way, whether Russia can be called dependent on China, and what will happen if Xi Jinping stops supporting Putin.

Sources: Statements of the Russian and Chinese leadership, data from open trade statistics, exclusive comments by the Ambassador of Ukraine to China Pavlo Riabikin, and expert of the Ukrainian Institute for the Future Iliya Kusa.

・Chinese and Russian approaches to West: Difference

・Market relations: Is Russia so dependent on China?

・Will Russia survive without China?

In May, Russian President Vladimir Putin traveled to Beijing to meet with Chinese leader Xi Jinping once again. The program of the trip was not much different from the previous two visits since the start of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, with Putin talking about the brotherly friendship between Russia and China, and Xi talking about the demonstrative cooperation between the two great powers.

After Russia invaded Ukraine, the Kremlin began looking for situational allies. But while rogue countries like Iran and especially the DPRK are not taken seriously by global geopolitical players, China is a powerful ally. Therefore, Moscow is trying to create the illusion that its aggressive actions are supported by good neighborly relations with Beijing. At the same time, China itself does not seek to demonstratively take sides but rather maintains peacekeeping neutrality.

Chinese and Russian approaches to West: Difference

Back in Soviet times, it was hard to imagine that in the twenty-first century, the Russian President would host the Chinese leader with caviar and sturgeon and that Beijing would sing 'The Volga River Flows' during the Kremlin's visit. At that time, Russian-Chinese relations could hardly be called good neighborly, as evidenced by posters of that era with inscriptions such as 'Repulse the Beijing Aggressor!'.

As time passed, China more or less established relations with the United States, the Soviet Union collapsed, and the newly formed Russia needed a strong ally. In the 1990s, Moscow was still broadcasting rather pro-Western narratives, and at that time, according to various sociological studies, Russians were more suspicious of the Chinese than the Americans.

While Beijing was finally establishing itself as one of the strongest economies in the world, anti-Western sentiment was gradually growing in Russia. All things considered, this became the basis for the current, as Xi Jinping himself calls them, exemplary relations between Moscow and Beijing.

But there are several key differences between China's attitude toward the West and Russia's attitude toward it. While the Russian Federation claims to be at war with almost the entire collective West, China shares the Western arena, says Iliya Kusa, an expert at the Ukrainian Institute for the Future.

"They do not consider the West a military enemy, and they are not going to fight it. Moreover, they would not want to. Plus, they consider Europe a partner. And, judging by Xi Jinping's recent European tour, confirms this position that the United States is their main rival. They see Europe as a necessary partner with whom they want to be friends and with whom they link the future of their economic development," Kusa says in a commentary to RBC-Ukraine.

Chinese leader Xi Jinping with French President Emmanuel Macron (Photo: Getty Images)

At the same time, both countries are in ideological rivalry with the United States. For China, it is a tradition to act as a so-called counterweight to America, a major geopolitical player that wants to be taken into account and respected. Russia generally strives for the same thing but chooses radically different methods. While Beijing backs up its ambitions with economic development and diplomacy, Moscow uses exclusively militaristic rhetoric. That is why Putin's visits to Xi do not lead to anything radical-China is not taking sides, trying to play the classic role of global mediator.

"And in this regard, they are no different from most countries of the so-called global south. This fits very well with their foreign policy logic, which is that China should come to global influence by unarmed means, like the United States. For this purpose, they need to improve their reputation, and image, and be more active in the political sphere," Kusa says.

Moscow, on the other hand, is trying to build a different picture of the dialog with Beijing - full support, understanding, and alliance. In this way, Russia wants to show Washington, first and foremost, that its coalition with China is a powerful answer to Western NATO, the EU, and other influential alliances. It is not for nothing that in almost every speech Putin emphasizes the current unipolarity of the world and his desire to turn it into a multipolar one, forgetting to clarify that the main field of influence should still be in Moscow.

In this context, the Kremlin's efforts to pretend that it is an equal partner with China look rather silly. When Putin comes to Beijing, the Russians create a picture that he has come to their great ally, and they discuss together how to confront the West. The Chinese version is likely to be about world peace. It is very clear here that China does not view Russia as an equal state, but rather as a junior partner in all respects and nothing more.

Moreover, it cannot be argued that the Chinese, while not criticizing Russia for its expansionist policy, support it. According to experts, it would have been better for Beijing if there had been no war at all. China's current rhetoric does not involve itself in any large-scale geopolitical conflicts. But at the same time, for the Chinese, Moscow appears as a battering ram, exposing weaknesses within Western alliances. And China has an interesting opportunity to observe this from the sidelines. In addition, joining the anti-Russian sanctions could be interpreted as submission to the will of the United States, and secondly, it would mean the loss of one of its trading partners. At the same time, according to Ukraine's Ambassador to China Pavlo Riabikin, more and more Chinese want Ukraine to defeat Russia.

"Speaking about Chinese sentiments and understanding of the reasons for Russia's invasion of Ukraine, I would not say that everyone in China believes that Ukraine or NATO was provoking Russia. More and more Chinese are drawing their conclusions and want to defeat the aggressor. Of course, there are also many who, despite the obvious facts, support Russia," Riabikin says in a commentary to RBC-Ukraine.

However, China is one of Russia's main allies in the war against Ukraine. Moscow, under the yoke of sanctions, was forced to reconfigure its market and direct its flows to the East. Therefore, after the start of the Russian invasion, Sino-Russian trade and economic relations have strengthened. In addition, Beijing supports Russia's military sector, but not through direct supplies of its equipment, but through safer methods.

Market relations: Is Russia so dependent on China?

The Russian-Chinese partnership today affects several areas at once, from trade and economic to political. Moscow is using this trump card to its fullest potential.

"Regarding the assistance that China provides to Russia, it is worth mentioning the high level of political contacts, the development of practical cooperation in many areas, and the increase in trade volumes - all of which allow Russia to feel confident in the international arena, to have a wide market for its goods, especially energy resources, as well as a source of supply of the necessary products," Riabikin says.

After the West imposed sanctions on trade relations with Russia, effectively isolating it from its market, China became one of Moscow's most important partners. This resulted in a record level of trade between Russia and China in the first year of the war. Its amount exceeded $190 billion, an increase of almost 30%. The trend continued in the following period. The Kremlin, of course, played up this, calling the increase impressive and claiming that this was what they had been seeking.

Chinese cars are actively capturing the Russian market (Photo: Geely-grand.ru)

The main share of trade between Russia and China is in energy resources: oil, gas, and coal. In 2022, this group of goods accounted for more than 70% of total supplies to China from Russia. At the same time, Russia exports the same oil to China through gray schemes, such as the shadow tanker fleet. It uses it to bypass the price ceiling of $60 per barrel. Today, the Chinese market accounts for about 40% of energy exports. Before the war, it was 20%, meaning that Russia began to depend on China here as well.

Another area of cooperation is automobiles, and here we can also talk about dependence. "The Russian market is almost completely monopolized by the Chinese. After the war broke out, many Western automakers simply left the market and did not supply their cars, at least not directly to Russia," Kusa notes.

But the most important thing for Ukraine is military technology. China is not flooding the Russian military-industrial complex with its equipment, but it is doing a lot to help Moscow circumvent sanctions. Thanks to Beijing, the Russian Federation can obtain dual-use goods using Chinese companies as proxies or through banal smuggling.

In this regard, China helps Russia more than others because it can allow a large amount of sanctioned goods to pass through. But Beijing would not share military technology directly, as there is too much danger of being on the sanctions list itself.

It is not yet possible to talk about Russia's total dependence on the Chinese market - Moscow is still trying to diversify its trade flows, and China is approaching trade with Russia cautiously. But this does not exclude the fact that without Chinese assistance, it would be much more difficult for the Kremlin to feed its war machine.

Will Russia survive without China?

Xi Jinping has very clearly outlined his red lines in Russia's war against Ukraine. The first and foremost is a ban on the use of nuclear weapons. "If we try to define the red line, I think it is indeed the use of nuclear weapons. Let us recall that Russia's verbal nuclear blackmail in 2022 subsided after China declared not only the inadmissibility of the use of nuclear weapons but also the threat of their use," Riabikin says.

The last thing China needs is a nuclear conflict - it doesn't fit their peacekeeping rhetoric and will force them to intervene. Another less obvious red line from Xi is to localize the military conflict and prevent it from escalating into something larger. But this line also intersects with nuclear blackmail.

"They would not want the war in Ukraine to go beyond the region, to destabilize the region, to affect more countries. In their opinion, the more countries are involved in the war, the greater the risk of a major war and, in fact, the use of nuclear weapons," Kusa says.

Russia, according to analysts, is afraid of China and ideally would not want to depend on it, but has no other choice. If we imagine that Moscow crosses the red lines or China decides that it is now more profitable for it to join the Western majority and start supporting Ukraine at least in the political arena, Russia will have a hard time.

It will take Moscow some time to find new trading partners and reorient the market. Some of Russia's flows may be able to be transferred through Central Asia. That is, the sharp absence of Chinese support will certainly not work immediately, but it will inevitably lead to a collapse for Russia - the corridor of possibilities will narrow significantly, the amount of resources needed for the war will decrease, and, accordingly, the Russian army will either have to take a stand in a blind defense and forget about any offensive, or urgently initiate negotiations.

Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping in Beijing (photo: kremlin.ru)

Unfortunately, this probability is very small. China will not deviate from its current rhetoric, at least not in these circumstances. "Over the past two years, Russia has committed thousands of crimes - the Bucha massacre, nuclear blackmail, the blowing up of the Kakhovka hydroelectric dam, shelling of civilian infrastructure, the killing of civilians, women, and children - none of which has shaken Beijing's cooperation with Moscow. That is why I would not indulge in vain illusions but would proceed from the realities. In the political sphere, all the leading international relations have long been determined, and their positions are unlikely to change," Riabikin adds.

Experts call China's confrontation with the United States more inert and based on a certain ideology than sworn. Today Western countries are not doing enough to convince Xi Jinping to leave Russia. Meanwhile, it is possible that China's refusal to engage in such an alliance could be one of the decisive factors in Ukraine's victory.

Chinese leader Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin (photo: RBC-Ukraine collage)

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    Ambiente relajado. Aunque los Estados bálticos son un destino encantador, (aún) no son muy populares entre las masas de turistas: Estonia, Letonia y Lituania han podido conservar gran parte de su originalidad y su ambiente auténtico y relajado. Esto permite hacer turismo a un buen precio. Estamos seguros de que te gustará tanto como a nosotros.

  19. To Run the World

    To Run The World: The Kremlin's Cold War Bid for Global Power by Sergey Radchenko Cambridge University Press £30, 768 pages. Edward Luce is the FT's US national editor. Join our online book ...

  20. Why Xi's Europe Tour Was Seen Positively in Moscow

    So, on a conceptual level, Xi's tour of Europe is compatible with how Russia would like to see the world run. Thus, it should be no surprise that the official reaction in Moscow was mute ...

  21. Las 5 mejores razones por las que recorrer el Báltico

    Hermosos paisajes, que maravilla, genial artículo.!! Y bueno quisiera compartir con todos a través de este gran articulo el tema de gestiones económicas y financieras de una empresa es importante, ya que engloba lo que es de mayor importancia en la misma que es el «dinero», una buena asesoría es relevante para no perder tiempo ni dinero, principalmente cuando estés arrancando un negocio ...

  22. A Favored Pastime of Russia's Elites, Trophy Hunting Scourges Country's

    However, the Covid-19 pandemic and the 2022 invasion of Ukraine have reduced visits by foreign hunters, three hunting tour organizers told The Moscow Times.

  23. City tour of Moscow incl. metro tour

    Moscow City Tour is a good chance to get acquainted with the largest city in Russia. During the city tour you will see all the major sights including the Red Square, the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, the Novodevichiy Convent, Poklonnaya and Vorobievy Mountains, Tverskaya Street, Bulvarnoye Koltso (Boulevard Ring), and other attractions.

  24. Putin's China Visit Highlights Military Ties That Worry the West

    Mr. Putin's tour of the institute was steeped in symbolism. The 103-year-old institution recently opened a joint campus with St. Petersburg State University, Mr. Putin's alma mater. And in ...

  25. Mad Vlad's nuclear tantrums spook Biden into submission

    Putin has been reveling in his nuclear tantrums since his three-day tour to Ukraine went south in March 2022. Nearly nightly, his chief propagandists, including Olga Skabeyeva and Vladimir ...

  26. Destinos

    SATO TOURS - Tu puerta para viajar a Europa ... Tours recomendados. Popular. Europa Central, Europa del Este. Capitales Imperiales (Viena-Budapest -Praga) - Linea HOT DEAL 2024. 9 días | Ciudades del circuito: 4. € 1280,-¡Haz Clic! Popular. Alemania, Suiza y Austria.

  27. 'Perfect couple': Russia's dependence on China and what happens ...

    However, China is one of Russia's main allies in the war against Ukraine. Moscow, under the yoke of sanctions, was forced to reconfigure its market and direct its flows to the East. Therefore ...

  28. Sato Tours

    Últimas publicaciones sobre SATO TOURS. PUBLICACIONES. Canal YOUTUBE. 25 caminatas en vivo de ciudades y40 presentaciones de circuitos. CANAL YOUTUBE. Miembro de. CONTACTO. [email protected] +43-1-5873331. Windmühlgasse 7, A-1060 Wien. LA EMPRESA. Conócenos; Información legal; Protección de datos; EU Resolución;

  29. Preguntas frecuentes

    Es necesario llevar siempre un pasaporte lícito que tenga una validez mínima de 6 meses. Independientemente de la nacionalidad que tenga, puede ser que necesite un visado para entrar a ciertos países. * Le rogamos consultarlo con su agencia de viajes. Importante: Tenga en cuenta que el proceso de tramitación del visado puede durar algunas ...