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Russian President Vladimir Putin said that he was satisfied with the progress of the relations between Moscow and Berlin
Russian President Vladimir Putin said that he was satisfied with the progress of the relations between Moscow and Berlin. “In 2006, trade has grown 30 percent, and is well above 30 billion dollars,” he said at a meeting with German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier in Moscow on Thursday. “We are satisfied with how the accords reached by us with the German chancellor in Tomsk (in April 2006) and Dresden (in the autumn) are being fulfilled,” Putin said. He stated that the “relations in the political sphere are developing, direct contacts between citizens are growing and active cooperation in the international arena is continuing”. The president said that the Russian and German foreign ministers “held sufficiently detailed consultations on the interstate relations and the international agenda” on Thursday. “We are very glad to see you in Moscow,” Putin told the German foreign minister.
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