Russian, EU, Lithuanian, Polish parliamentarians to discuss Kaliningrad problem

On October 15th, Brussels will host a meeting on the Kaliningrad problem (Russia's enclave on the Baltic Sea) between Russia, European Union, Lithuania and Poland at the top parliamentary level, the Russian mission in the EU told RIA Novosti.

The speakers of the Russian Federation Council and State Duma, Sergei Mironov and Gennady Seleznyov, European Parliament President Pat Cox and speakers of the Lithuanian and Polish parliaments and heads of parliamentary committees and commissions, involved in international problems, will participate in the meeting. The goal of such an unprecedented meeting is the search for a mutually beneficial solution of the Kaliningrad problem before Russia-EU summit in Copenhagen, opening on November 11.

Russia's permanent representative in the European Union Vasily Likhachev pointed to the increase in the number of international and bilateral issues under discussion in connection with the 10th Russia-EU summit on November 11th. According to him, "Moscow and Brussels boast a stable system of relations and are working pragmatically".