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NICOSIA, May 18. /TASS/. The European Union should quilt the practice of one-sided game in regard to Russia in order to restore the full-scale cooperation with Moscow, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Thursday following a meeting with his counterpart from Cyprus, Ioannis Kasoulidis.
"Relations between EU and Russia are unsatisfying," Lavrov said. "We (Russia) are interested in resuming a normal dialogue, based on equality and mutual respect. All is needed for this, is for Brussels to quit playing a one-sided game, as we say."
The Russian foreign minister said that over the past year and a half Russia had been sending the European Union proposals, including at the level of the country’s president, regarding possible ways of restoring the currently-strained cooperation relations.
"We are still ready to discuss reaction to these documents, however, there was no reaction as of yet," Lavrov said.