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BRUSSELS, May 12 (Itar-Tass) —— European Union foreign ministers will meet on May 14 to discuss international agenda issues, from the situation in Afghanistan and the Middle East to the human rights situation in Ukraine. Another important theme of the meeting in Brussels will be relations with Russia, the EU Council said in its press release on Friday.
The ministers intend to discuss EU-Russian long-term relations after the new president (Vladimir Putin) took office on May 7.
Under discussion will be also the preparation for the Russia-European Union summit planned for June 3-4 in St. Petersburg, the document said.