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Medvedev and Obama may have a serious talk about Georgia2009-03-20 14:32
Moscow expects serious results from the meeting of Dmitri Medvedev, the President of Russia, and Barack Obama, his U.S. counterpart, to be held on April 1st in London, said Sergei Ryabkov, the Deputy Foreign Minister of Russia at today's press conference in Moscow - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Ryabkov, one of the topics of the meeting will be Russian-Georgian relations. "As for Georgia, I predict a serious talk on this topic. Though, strictly speaking, as for the consequences of the conflict between Georgia and South Ossetia, we can pretty well imagine the positions of the U.S. administration, as they are well aware of the fundamental components our position differs from their approach. But, evidently, this topic must be discussed in London as well ", the Deputy Minister said.
"We look at the coming period with a confident optimism and expect serious results from the meeting of the Presidents in London ", Ryabkov underlined. He is sure that the bottom point of a complicated period of Russian-Georgian relations is left behind.
The Russian diplomat mentioned that the much-discussed reboot actually began and goes on well. He expressed hope that further deepening and intensification of the dialog, concretization in the field of cooperation will allow the two countries to build up the quality of bilateral relations.