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MOSCOW, March 23 (Itar-Tass) — A Russia-NATO summit meeting is unlikely to be held in 2012, a Kremlin source told journalists on Friday.
“Under the agenda of the Russia-NATO talks, meetings at the level of foreign ministers during the year will be enough. The ministers have a lot to do, so the summit is highly unlikely this year,” the source said.
Meanwhile, Russian president’s aide Sergei Prikhodko said that a meeting of the Russian-NATO Council at the level of foreign ministers might be held in April or May. “It will be held before summer in any case,” he added.