Source Pravda.Ru

Russia, Lithuania Work out Readmission Draft Agreement

It is within an unprecedentedly brief period of time that Russia and Lithuania have worked out the first draft agreement in its kind on the reception and return of persons staying illegally in the territories of Russia and Lithuania (agreement on readmission), with the latest session having been held in Moscow over April 3-4.

The participating experts have come to an understanding over the text of the agreement which began to be compiled on January 16, 2003 in accordance with the decision of the Russia-EU session of November 11, 2002, notes the Russian foreign ministry.

The consensus is to accelerate all the procedures mandatory for preparing the agreement for signing, says the foreign ministry. This is telling evidence of the fact that all the attempts to accuse Moscow of protracting talks on this issue are groundless, concludes the source.

Comments
Russian Foreign Minister negotiates with terrorists in Moscow
Russians ready to endure anything for a life without war
Kuril Islands dispute between Russia and Japan: The impossible is impossible
Third Rome and geopolitics of Orthodox schism
Russians ready to endure anything for a life without war
Russians lose faith in their future, get ready for worse
Five years after Maidan revolution, Ukraine remains one of Europe's most corrupt states
Five years after Maidan revolution, Ukraine remains one of Europe's most corrupt states
US interferes in election of Interpol president, Kremlin believes
Russia's Prokopchuk loses Interpol election
Russia close to recognising Donetsk and Luhansk republics after Donbass elections
Russia close to recognising Donetsk and Luhansk republics after Donbass elections
Russia's Prokopchuk loses Interpol election
Russia's Prokopchuk loses Interpol election
Russia's Prokopchuk loses Interpol election
Russians ready to endure anything for a life without war
Russia's Prokopchuk loses Interpol election
Russians ready to endure anything for a life without war
Russia's Prokopchuk loses Interpol election
Russia's Prokopchuk loses Interpol election
Russia's Prokopchuk loses Interpol election