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MOSCOW, October 2 (Itar-Tass) —— Russian President Vladimir Putin is certain that Europe will embark on a stable development path and turn the situation for the better.
“After all the general fundamental terms are understood the same way, and this is very important,” he told the investment forum Russia Calling.+
He voiced the certainty that with reliance on consolidation, awareness of problems and understanding of the ways of out of the crisis Europe will embark on a stable path of development at last and change the situation for the better.”
Putin said that the situation in Europe was no worse than in the United States.
“In Europe there are 17 captains at the helm. Moreover, it does not really matter that there are seventeen of them. They have different sails. Some command luxury yachts, and others small boats. But together they make one fleet,” Putin said.