Putin reminded Italy of OSCE principles

Date: August 13, 2022 Time: 11:07:38

Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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On February 1, Vladimir Putin had a telephone conversation with Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi. Here are the main points discussed:

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– Putin said “Kiev is evading its obligations, mostly political ones for solving the intra-Ukrainian conflict.”

“The need for concrete actions by the Kiev authorities to implement the Minsk package of measures was emphasized,” the Kremlin said.

– The Russian president reiterated our desire to receive guarantees of absolute legitimacy from the West. Putin focused on the fact that it violates the main principle of the OSCE – non-division of security. This is when one country’s security will not increase at the expense of another’s security.

– The Russian president confirmed that we will continue to supply gas to Italy on a stable basis. In the end, the head of government said that the meeting with the Italian businessmen was good.

Recently, international contacts go one by one. Putin has called French President Emmanuel Macron twice in four days. And today he received the Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orban.



Source: www.kp.ru

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