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MOSCOW, January 24. /ITAR-TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin will visit Brussels on January 28 to attend the 32nd Russia-EU summit, the Kremlin press service says.
“During the meeting, the sides will discuss key issues of bilateral agenda, including trade and economic cooperation, prospects for cancelling visas for short-term trips by citizens of Russia and the European Union, energy interaction and intensification of talks on a new base agreement,” the Kremlin press service went on to say.
“Ways of strengthening strategic partnership between Russia and the European Union and a possibility of combining the Eurasian and European integration processes will be a separate item on the agenda,” the Kremlin press service said.
“The sides are expected to discuss several urgent issues in the international agenda, including Iran’s nuclear program, and the situation in Syria such as the results of the Geneva II international conference for Syria,” the presidential press service said.