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Russia observers all the basic standards in the human rights sphere and fulfills all its international obligations in this sphere
Russian President Vladimir Putin said it at the meeting with UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Louise Arbour in the Kremlin. "Russia has always rendered overall and effective support to your work," the head of state said. According to him, Russia's democratic institutions are developing. "Of course, we are interested in the opinion of qualified and independent specialists, in particular, in the human rights sphere. And we shall respectfully perceive and respond to the objective analysis and critics in the sphere,' Vladimir Putin stressed. In his words, Russia will never use the human rights problems to achieve any political and economic goals. Mr. Putin expressed hope for partnership with the new UN human rights commissioner. "Russia has its own vision of the way human rights are observed in the world, during counter-terrorist operations and in the regions where Russia has certain interests," the President said. "Therefore, we should cooperate to work out common standards in this sensitive and important sphere," Vladimir Putin emphasized.
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