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MOSCOW, July 8. /TASS/. Russian and Polish deputy foreign ministers will discuss issues of restoring dialogue between Moscow and Warsaw at the meeting in Moscow on July 12, Russian First Deputy Foreign Minister Vladimir Titov said on Friday.
"Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Marek Ziolkowski will visit Moscow to participate in an international seminar. The request to meet came from the Polish colleague, and the meeting will take place on July 12," Titov said.
"In continuation of January consultations in Moscow, we want to ask Poland whether they still intend to resume dialogue, including main mechanisms of Russian-Polish cooperation, which they mentioned before, especially considering the fact that no positive shifts were made in this direction since then," he added.
"Anti-Russian rhetoric is growing stronger" in statements of high-ranking Polish politicians, he continued. "The ‘war’ against Soviet military memorial heritage continues. Facts of our common history are changed," he noted adding that "the agreement on visa-free border traffic between Kaliningrad Region and Polish regions was suspended."
"We are still open for constructive dialogue in the interests of finding reasonable resolutions of problems accumulated not by our fault," he concluded.