Source Pravda.Ru

Poland's Prime Minister: We Will Deepen Dialogue With Russia

A new language sounds in the Poland-Russia dialogue, which is conducive to a more favourable climate, emergence of initiatives in bilateral relations, said Polish Prime Minister Leszek Miller. He presented a programme of his new cabinet in the Seim on Thursday. "We'll consistently work to deepen dialogue at the top level", said Leszek Miller. To him, "an important impulse in this direction will be a meeting between the presidents of Poland and Russia in January 22 in Warsaw". As is known, during recent negotiations in the Kremlin presidents Vladimir Putin of Russia and Aleksander Kwasniewski of Poland coordinated timeframe for the Russian president's Warsaw visit, due on January 16 through 17. In the Polish-Russian interaction an increasingly greater role is played by businessmen, who "bring with them pragmatism and concrete steps to these relations", noted Leszek Miller.

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