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MOSCOW, July 12 /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin has sent a message of greeting to Prince of Monaco Albert II in connection of the 10th anniversary of establishment of diplomatic relations between Russia and the Principality of Monaco.
"The establishment of diplomatic relations contributed to the transition of interaction between Russia and Monaco to a qualitatively new level. Over those decades, our countries have accumulated constructive experience in cooperation in various directions," Putin wrote in a telegram posted on the Kremlin website on Tuesday.
Putin also said that Russia and Monaco coordinated their stances on vital global issues and had lauded their contribution to establishing a fair and democratic system of international relations. The Russian president said that Monaco had successfully hosted the Year of Russian Culture (the Year of Russia) in 2015 and expressed confidence that the Days of Monaco to be held in Moscow in October this year would also be interesting and memorable.
Putin wished the Prince of Monaco and his family good health and success. He also wished happiness and prosperity to the subjects of the Principality of Monaco.