Source Pravda.Ru

Vladimir Putin Arrives In Greek President's Palace

Russian President Vladimir Putin has arrived in the palace of the Greek President. After the official greeting ceremony in the Greek President's office Vladimir Putin and Konstantinos Stephanopoulos will meet face to face, will exchange presents and will be photographed. After that, the presidents will be joined by their respective delegations. They are expected to discuss the situation in the Balkans, in Kosovo and Macedonia, and in the Mediterranean. The presidents will also consider the OSCE role in the world and will exchange opinions on Russia's relations with NATO and the European Union. The sides will discuss the present condition of bilateral military and technical links and Russian-Greek cultural cooperation.

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