MUTUAL trust is the cornerstone of Soviet-Chinese relations. It stems from mutual understanding, and summit meetings are the most direct route to it. . . .
Soviet-Chinese relations are only now beginning to exert a stabilizing influence on the regional and global political climate. . . .
The agreement on the eastern stretch of the Soviet-Chinese state border, signed during the Moscow meeting, open prospects for turning the world's longest continental border into a frontier of good neighborliness.