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MOSCOW, October 26. /TASS/. Russia respects the choice of the Polish people but it regrets that bilateral relations are not in the best shape, Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov told the media following the conservatives’ win in the Polish election.
"Election returns in any country are an expression of will by those who went to vote, that is the country’s population," Peskov said. "Certainly we respect the elections and the results of the voting in Poland. At the same time we regret that our bilateral relations are not in the best form," he said.
Peskov recalled that Russia has always sought good-natured and mutually beneficial relations with Poland.
"This is precisely what we wish today," he said. "But it takes two to tango, as the saying goes. We do hope for political wisdom and gradual normalization of our relations, for making them more positive.".