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On January 25, 2019, Aleksey Gromyko, RIAC Member, Director of the RAS Institute of Europe, Andrey kortunov, RIAc Director General, and Dmitry Trenin, Director of the Carnegie Moscow Center, RIAC Member, had a meeting with Marian Jakubocy, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic, visiting Moscow.

On January 25, 2019, Aleksey Gromyko, RIAC Member, Director of the RAS Institute of Europe, Andrey kortunov, RIAc Director General, and Dmitry Trenin, Director of the Carnegie Moscow Center, RIAC Member, had a meeting with Marian Jakubocy, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic, visiting Moscow.

The relations between Russia and the European Union, as well as between Russia and the Visegrád Group states, were discussed in the context of Slovakia’s chairmanship in the OSCE. The meeting was also attended by the staff of the Slovak Embassy in Moscow and the Slovak Foreign Ministry. The event was moderated Peter Priputen, Ambassador of Slovakia to Russia.

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