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Putin discussed relations with Georgia and Karabakh problem in France2010-06-11 14:49
In the course of his visit to Paris Vladimir Putin, the PM of Russia, met with his French counterpart François Fillon. The sides discussed relations with Georgia, Nagorno-Karabakh and Iran issues, and organisation of security conference in Kazakhstan- RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Vladimir Putin started his visit to France on Tuesday with a supper with the French counterpart.
At the opening of Russian national exhibition in Grand-Palais Fillon stated the mutual turnover had increased four-fold since 2000, and with his Russian counterpart he focused on intensive economic cooperation between the states.
They also discussed relations with Georgia, Nagorno-Karabakh issue, Iran and crisis in global relations. The parties also touched upon conference on security to be organized within OSCE framework in Kazakhstan, the French PM said.
He added the heads of governments considered prospects of investments of French enterprises, including in the Far East of Russia.