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MOSCOW, June 21, /ITAR-TASS/. Russia’s First Deputy Foreign Minister Vladimir Titov and Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs State Secretary Yves Rossier met in Bern on Saturday, June 21, to discuss prospects for implementing the roadmap for Ukraine proposed by the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).
The diplomats “discussed at length various aspects of bilateral cooperation in the context of the 200th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Russia and Switzerland to be celebrated in 2014,” the Foreign Ministry said.
They also exchanged opinions on pressing international issues, paying special attention to the situation in Ukraine and the implementation of the OSCE roadmap for the resolution of the crisis in that country.