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MOSCOW, February 02, (ITAR-TASS). Another meeting of foreign ministers of Russia, Germany and Poland is due in St. Petersburg in June, Russia’s foreign ministry reports on Sunday following the three foreign ministers’ meeting on the margins of the 50th Munich Security Conference.
“They discussed organisation and topics for another informal meeting of foreign minister, which the Russian side has suggested organising in St. Petersburg in June,” the Russian foreign ministry said.
“The ministers confirmed the positive character of cooperation between the three countries’ foreign ministries, the successful experience in organisation of joint conferences of history experts, which will continue,” the source said. “The foreign ministers agreed to support trilateral contacts between parliaments and local legislators.”
“During the discussion, the foreign ministers also commented on the relations between Russia and the EU in the context of the Eastern Partnership programme, and the situation in the Middle East. They stressed the importance of further Geneva negotiations on settlement of the Syrian crisis.