With due regard of hospitalisation of the Prime Minister of Luxemburg, Jean-Claude Juncker, his official visit to Moscow scheduled for October 14-16 has been cancelled, the information and press department of the Russian Foreign Ministry reported Sunday. Jean-Claude Juncker was expected to arrive in Moscow Sunday night. Within the framework of the visit he planned to meet with chairman of the Russian government Mikhail Kasyanov, vice-premier and finance minister Alexei Kudrin, foreign minister Igor Ivanov and chairmen of both houses of the Russia parliament Gennady Seleznev and Yegor Stroyev.
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