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SOCHI, November 25. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday called relations between Russia and Norway promising and expressed hope that joint work conducted in the past few years will not be lost.
“We have very good prospects in mutual trade, in development of relations. I hope all we have done in the past years will not be lost. We will be moving forward,” Putin told the Norwegian television channel VGTV.
He recalled that much had been done when the Norwegian government was led by Jens Stoltenberg, who is now NATO's secretary general.
“We solved issues connected with subsoil use in northern seas,” the Russian president said.