Saturday, February 11, 2017

Russian-Slovenian summit talks.

Vladimir Putin met at the Kremlin with President of Slovenia Borut Pahor, who is in Russia on an official visit.


The two presidents discussed prospects for developing Russian-Slovenian relations, specifically, further strengthening trade, economic, cultural and humanitarian bilateral cooperation.

The leaders exchanged views on key regional and international issues.

Both presidents attended the signing of bilateral documents: a cooperation agreement on tackling money laundering and terrorism financing, a memorandum of cooperation in forest management, and a joint programme of action to promote tourism in 2017–2018.

Vladimir Putin and Borut Pahor also made statements for the press.

Link: http://en.kremlin.ru/events/president/news/53858

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Russian President, Slovenian President.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Slovenien President Borut Pahor.
Vladimir Putin, Borut Pahor in Kremlin.
Vladimir Putin meet Borut Pahor in Kremlin.
Vladimir Putin, Borut Pahor, news conference.
Vladimir Putin and Borut Pahor during a joint news conference.
Kremlin, Russian-Slovenian documents signing.
Signing of Russian-Slovenian documents.
Russian-Slovenian documents signed in Kremlin.
Russian-Slovenian documents signed in Kremlin.
Russian and Slovenian Presidents and diplomats.
Russian-Slovenian talks in Kremlin.
Putin, Borut Pahor.
Russian President Putin and Slovenian President Borut Pahor.
Vladimir Putin, Borut Pahor.
Vladimir Putin and Borut Pahor in Kremlin.
Vladimir Putin.
Vladimir Putin during Russian-Slovenian talks.

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