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French President Emmanuel Macron in his speech at the Munich Security Conference showed a pragmatic approach and intention to hold dialogue with Moscow, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told reporters on Monday.
Axar.az reports citing Russian media.
"There are some proposals from France and France is showing true political and geopolitical wisdom, pragmatism and its wish to hold dialogue. This sounded along with all reservations, which President Macron made regarding his relation to sanctions and Russia in general. He called for accepting the reality: Russia exists and Russia influences many processes happening in the world. Moreover, Russia is close to Europe," Lavrov stated.
Paris has put forward particular proposals on launching strategic stability dialogue with Moscow, Lavrov told reporters. "You have mentioned his [French President Emmanuel Macron's] particular proposals on launching dialogue on the issue of security architecture with Russia. Yes, there have been some particular proposals," he specified.
2020.02.17 / 21:13