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MOSCOW, April 24./TASS/. Moscow’s attitude to the development of the Eastern Partnership program is extremely negative, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Alexander Lukashevich said on Friday.
"We will keep track of the summit in Riga," he said in reply to the question about Russia’s attitude to Eastern Partnership program prospects to be discussed at the summit of participants in the program, due in Riga in May.
"But it is already now obvious that our reaction will be rather tough and principled, as we see where this partnership is going to and which shades it acquires from participants in that program," he added.