Source Pravda.Ru

Russian-Bulgarian talks in Moscow

Russian and Bulgarian Prime Ministers Mikhail Kasyanov and Simeon Saxe-Coburg-Gotha are to sign several agreements on bilateral cooperation in trade and economic, financial and cultural spheres, the Russian Premier told his Bulgarian counterpart.

Mikhail Kasyanov is convinced that the talks in Moscow will play an important role in the development of Russian-Bulgarian relations.

According to Kasyanov, Russia is interested in the condition of Bulgarian economy and the development of relations between Bulgaria and neighbouring countries.

The Russian Prime Minister is satisfied with the fact that the new Bulgarian authorities assign priority to relations with Russia. Moscow was looking forward to the visit by the Bulgarian Premier in order to discuss the problems of cooperation, Kasyanov added.

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