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MOSCOW, October 21 (Itar-Tass) - Sweden is ready to share its experience of the army reform with Russia, Swedish Commander-in-Chief Sverker Goransson said.
At the meeting with chief of Russia’s General Staff, First Deputy Defense Minister Valery Gerasimov on Monday, Goransson said the army reform was also be aimed at resolving organizational issues such the formation and the construction of the Armed Forces.
On October 21, Goransson gave a lecture at the Russian General Staff Military Academy to speak about the army reform in Sweden.
Gerasimov said, “The latest changes and the level of interstate relations between Russia and Sweden push up the defense ministries to strengthen cooperation.”
“The search for new forms of cooperation, which will correspond to modern realities, meets the interests of both countries,” the Russian General said.
Goransson said he riveted much attention to the upcoming talks.
The Swedish official said it was very important to meet at such levels to make relations between both countries to conform to the world changes.