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Lavrov notes similar views of Russia and Panama on world order

March 31, 16:20 UTC+3 MOSCOW
The Russian Foreign Minister made this statement in a congratulatory address to his Panamanian counterpart Isabel Saint Malo devoted to the 25th anniversary of establishing diplomatic relations
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MOSCOW, March 31. /TASS/. Russia and Panama share similar views on forming a polycentric world order based on the principles of international law, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Thursday in a congratulatory address to his Panamanian counterpart Isabel Saint Malo devoted to the 25th anniversary of establishing diplomatic relations. The address was read out by Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov at the reception in the Russian Foreign Ministry to celebrate the anniversary.

"Over this short term, Russia and Panama have gone an important way of establishing and developing friendly and equal relations," Lavrov said in the address. "We managed to form strong traditions of cooperation based on mutual trust and respect, bring closer approaches on key issues of international agenda. I am convinced that the momentum of constructive relations will be maintained in the future. Russia and Panama today are united by similar views on ways to form a polycentric world order based on the principles of international law and UN’s central coordinating role," he added.

The Russian foreign minister also noted that partnership is successfully developing in the framework of the dialogue mechanism between Russia and Latin American integrational associations. "I hope that by joint efforts, we will manage to take additional steps aimed at further uncovering the vast potential of Russian-Panamanian relations in different spheres, to give a new impetus to cooperation in trade and economic sphere, cultural and humanitarian exchanges," he concluded.

Russia and Panama have great potential in developing relations

Russia and Panama have a vast potential for developing relations, including in the economic sphere, Sergey Ryabkov went on to say.

"Ties between our countries are developing rather dynamically. We have moved forward in different spheres, accumulated certain potential of trust in our relations," Ryabkov said. "Bilateral political dialogue is developing, the sides continue exchanging addresses at different levels, inter-ministerial and inter-departmental consultations are regularly held - everything that can be described as fabric of developed bilateral relations," he added.

The deputy foreign minister noted that Panama is a promising partner for Russia in the economic sphere. "The country has a unique potential as it is located where many paths meet, it is the center of allocating investment, including in high-tech, from the whole world, and not only from countries that are much closer to Panama than Russia," Ryabkov said.

"We are deeply convinced that Russian-Panamanian relations have broad horizons though their potential will have to fully uncover," he concluded.

Ryabkov earlier read out the address of Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov to his Panamanian counterpart Isabel Saint Malo devoted the anniversary of establishing diplomatic relations. "Over this short term, Russia and Panama have gone an important way of establishing and developing friendly and equal relations," Lavrov said in the address. "We managed to form strong traditions of cooperation based on mutual trust and respect, bring closer approaches on key issues of international agenda. I am convinced that the momentum of constructive relations will be maintained in the future. Russia and Panama today are united by similar views on ways to form a polycentric world order based on the principles of international law and UN’s central coordinating role," he added.

The Russian foreign minister also noted that partnership is successfully developing in the framework of the dialogue mechanism between Russia and Latin American integrational associations. "I hope that by joint efforts, we will manage to take additional steps aimed at further uncovering the vast potential of Russian-Panamanian relations in different spheres, to give a new impetus to cooperation in trade and economic sphere, cultural and humanitarian exchanges," he concluded.

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