Russia should not get involved in the discussion on a European constitution. This was announced yesterday by Roman Mogilevsky, head of research at the Agency for Social Information, while presenting the results of the European Project. European Citizens on the EU Constitution. Prospects for Russian-European Relations. In Mr Mogilevsky's opinion, Russia should not get involved in such a discussion but should monitor the process carefully. 'Russia should accept that a constitution of some kind could be passed and consider various options for how to develop its relations with the EU accordingly,' he said.
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