Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs Igor Ivanov believes that "there some questions" in relations with the Czech Republic. The Russian Foreign Minister disclosed it at the negotiations with Czech Vice Premier and Minister of Foreign Affairs Cyril Svoboda.
"When visiting Prague, we have agreed to gradually remove all the problems that have remained since the past. In particular, the questions connected with the debt and some other issues," Igor Ivanov said.
Some questions have still remained but they do not influence the development of bilateral Russo-Czech relations," the Russian Foreign Minister added.
According to him, during today's negotiations the sides will discuss urgent bilateral questions and also exchange opinions on the present-day international problems.
Speaking about bilateral relations between Moscow and Prague, Igor Ivanov said that Moscow "is satisfied with the development of the Russo-Czech relations." As a proof of his statement, he added that at the given stage "the political dialogue between our countries is progressing." "The cooperation between the Foreign Ministries of Russia and the Czech Republic is developing well, as well as trade and economic cooperation." The Czech Foreign Minister in his turn said, that the Czech-Russian relations are "at a high level since there are few problems between us." "It is very important for Prague to know Russia's point of view on present-day international issues," he stressed. In particular, they plan to discuss the situation in Iraq, Svoboda said.
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