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MOSCOW, October 3 (Itar-Tass) - Russian President Vladimir Putin has sent congratulatory telegrams to German Federal President Joachim Gauck and Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel on occasion of the national holiday - Day of German Unity, the Russian presidential press service reported on Thursday.
Putin noted active development of friendly relations between Russia and Germany in all key spheres, broader political dialogue, the growth of economic, scientific-technical and humanitarian cooperation and praised highly the Russia-Germany cross years that had already been held.
The Russian president also said with confidence that the policy to build up Russian-German strategic partnership will be continued by the new German government and topical issues of further broadening of bilateral ties and cooperation in international affairs will be discussed in detail at Russian-German interstate consultations at the top level due this year.