Wang said China and Russia should take the spirit of the pact and the joint statement as a guide to strengthen bilateral comprehensive strategic coordination, deepen practical cooperation and further lift bilateral ties to a higher level.
He called on the two countries to safeguard the United Nations' central role in international affairs, jointly expose all forms of pseudo-multilateralism, prevent the destruction of international order in the name of so-called rules and firmly uphold genuine multilateralism.
The two sides should also deepen cooperation in regional affairs, the foreign minister said, jointly promote the return of Afghanistan to the peace track, resist the Indo-Pacific strategy which is full of Cold War thinking and promote the peaceful development of the Asia-Pacific region.
Lavrov said Russia-China ties are a new type of state relations that transcend military and political alliance.
"Some countries are keen to engage in small-circle diplomacy. They only want to listen to what they like, and try to re-establish a unipolar world, which Russia and China should resolutely resist together," he said.
Lavrov said Russia supports China's hosting of the Beijing Winter Olympics and is ready to deepen cooperation with China in multilateral frameworks such as BRICS, SCO and the United Nations, as well as to coordinate closely on preventing an arms race in outer space and maintaining international biosecurity and information security.
Russia also hopes to strengthen communication and coordination with China on Central Asia and the Asia-Pacific region, to guard against the so-called Indo-Pacific strategy that undermines regional peace and jointly maintain regional and world stability and prosperity, he added.
On the same day, Wang also met the High Representative of the European Union (EU) for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell, Belarusian First Deputy Prime Minsiter Nikolai Snopkov, Bangladeshi Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen, Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Prince Faisal Bin Farhan, and Kazakh Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Mukhtar Tleuberdi.