"I expect that we will reconfirm our full support both political and financial to the country", she added.
Setting out his stall ahead of his fourth term in charge, he vowed not to engage in an arms race, saying: "There is no intention to speed up some kind of arms race, and just the opposite, we will develop constructive relations with all the countries of the world".
Chinese President Xi Jinping said he foresaw a deepened bond between the countries.
There is no doubt that Putin will be declared the victor of Sunday's election; but it is greatly to the credit of Russian civil society that so much will be known about the manner of his victory.
The UK government has blamed Russian Federation for the poisoning in Salisbury of former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia - an allegation Russian Federation rejects.
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Despite criticisms of the Kremlin's actions ahead of the election, Putin is a genuinely popular figure in Russian Federation, and confrontation with the West has boosted his approval ratings, past polling shows.
In addition to blaming each other for sabotaging effective political resistance to Putin, would-be opposition leaders must face the reality of an electorate so heavily controlled by the Kremlin, so paranoid due to Putin's New Cold War rhetoric, and so jaded by corruption that they can not get worked up about the possibility of dramatic change.
The massive victory gives Putin new confidence to stand up to the West.
Before the election Putin boasted about "invincible" nuclear-capable missiles with an incendiary video showing a Russian missile striking a map of what appeared to be Florida.
Fresh from his re-election, he said there were plans to cut the defence budget this year and next.
The elections "were to some extent unfair and undemocratic", he said.
So he anointed loyal associate Dmitry Medvedev as his approved candidate for president, and Medvedev named Putin to the post of prime minister, where he continued to call the shots for the next four years. His closest rival was millionaire Communist Pavel Grudinin with 12 percent, followed by Vladimir Zhirinovsky of the Liberal Democratic Part with 6 percent.
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However numerous videos posted to social media appeared to show vote rigging at polling booths across Russian Federation.
Russian election authorities have annulled voting results in five districts as they investigate ballot stuffing and other problems in the presidential election.
Golos reported more than 2,900 voting irregularities on Monday.
He has defied USA and European Union sanctions over his 2014 annexation of Crimea and diplomatic pressure over Russia's support for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
He would need to make a choice between grooming a preferred successor or staying at the helm beyond 2024, either by scrapping term limits or by shifting into a new position of power. But he would be eligible to stand for a fifth term in 2030 - when he will be 77 - as Russian law only stipulates that presidents can not serve more than two consecutive terms of office.
"Currently, the China-Russia comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership is at the best level in history, which sets an example for building a new type of global relations", Xi said in a congratulatory message to Putin carried by the official Xinhua News Agency.
Media captionStrong? Handsome? Power-hungry? The leaders of Kazakhstan, Belarus, Venezuela, Bolivia and Cuba were among those who also sent their best wishes.
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