Alexander Bloshenko, director of the Russian Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos), announced that they are planning to use China's super-heavy carrier rocket to launch their own manned spacecraft as part of future Lunar missions.
Alexander Bloshenko stated that China and Russia have reached a verbal agreement for the integration of super-heavy-carrier rocket and manned spacecraft.
According to the news in Interfax, Alexander Bloshenko announced that Roscosmos and the Chinese National Space Administration (CNSA) had made a verbal agreement, but did not specify when the agreement would be signed. According to the report in Sputnik, Alexander Bloshenko, in his report, talked about the super-heavy carrier rocket named Yenisei and the spacecraft named Oryol prepared for the Lunar missions, and China's new generation heavy carrier rocket Long Walk-9 and the new generation manned carrier rocket. The Yenisei super-heavy carrier rocket and Oryol manned spacecraft are planned to be launched first in 2028. The former Soviet Union was the first country to send an astronaut to space. However, there was no breakthrough in sending man to the Moon. Russia plans to send a group to the Moon before 2030.
Source: China International Radio