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Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov began his visit to Montenegro Thursday
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov began his visit to Montenegro Thursday night by meeting with the country's President, Filip Vujanovic. Their discussion centered on plans for Russian-Montenegrin cooperation and the situation in the Balkans, including Kosovo. "At the talks in Podgorica, the sides will outline the patterns of political cooperation," the Russian Foreign Ministry's official spokesman Mikhail Kamynin said. "We procede from Montenegrin government's declared intention to develop relations with Russia as a strategic partner. Russia in its turn views Montenegro as an important and reliable partner in the Balkans." A buildup of economic relationship will get special attention at the talks, Kamynin indicated. "In this sense, the two countries stress the importance of launching an intergovernmental committee for cooperation that is due to have its first session in Montenegro at the end of April," he said. Lavrov's agenda in Podgorica includes talks with Foreign Minister Milan Rocen, Prime Minister Zeljko Sturanovic, and parliament speaker Ranko Krivokapic. One of the things the sides will focus on is a possibility of drawing Montenegrin investment into the Russian economy. Lavrov came to Montenegro from Belgrade where he had talks with Serbian leaders and took part in a conference of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation Organization.
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