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Russian President Vladimir Putin and Italian Foreign Minister Massimo D’Alema met in the Kremlin on Tuesday
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Italian Foreign Minister Massimo D’Alema met in the Kremlin on Tuesday. Russia and Italy actively cooperate in many fields, and a range of subjects to be discussed by Putin and D’Alema is wide. One of problems for discussion is the case of former FSB officer Alexander Litvinenko, who died in London on November 23 due to exposure to radioactive polonium-210. Shortly before his death, Litvinenko met Mario Scaramella, an Italian expert on security services, who later also proved to have polonium in the body. Scaramella is undergoing a medical examination at present. D’Alema said before the visit to Russia that he was going to raise this question. There are many alarming aspects in this case that should be clarified. Russian authorities should help elucidate circumstances of the case, D’ Alema said. Another likely topic of the conversation is the preparation of Putin’s meeting with Italian Prime Minister Romano Prodi. D’Alema earlier had said that the meeting would be held in Italy in December, but Putin said last week that he had invited Prodi to visit Russia in a nearest time.
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