Russian President Vladimir Putin left the host country impressed with an impromptu piano performance as he waited for the talks with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping.
Putin, who is in Beijing for the 'One Belt, One Road' initiative, while waiting at a state guesthouse for the Chinese leader played the melodies of two songs about Moscow and Saint Petersburg - 'Moscow Windows' and 'The City Over the Free Neva,' reports the Sputnik news.
Earlier, the Russian leader also flaunted his sport skills in a gala ice hockey match in Sochi, scoring six goals in the exhibition game for the Night Hockey League.
Moreover, he has ridden shirtless on a horse in Siberia, piloted a hand glider with migratory birds, is a black belt in judo and has dived into the depths of Lake Baikal and the Black Sea.
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