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MOSCOW, March 22 (Itar-Tass) – Russia is ready to join efforts towards the settlement of the Cyprus problem after the European Union and Cyprus itself will agree on a final position, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said at a news conference after executive-to-executive talks between the Russian government and European Commission officials.
“The main task at the moment is to find a mutually acceptable solution,” he said, marking that it must be found by the EU and Cyprus. “This is the main thing at the present moment. On which terms (the agreement will be reached) – we are not indifferent to that for clear reasons,” the Russian prime minister said.
It is after that “we will be ready to discuss different options of support for that state,” he said.