Europe can set conditions and requirements for Russia, Latvian Prime Minister Krisjanis Karins (New Unity) said at a meeting of European Union (EU) leaders in Brussels on June 25.
At their June 24-25 meeting in Brussels the EU leaders continued a debate started in May on the European Council about long-term relations between the EU and Russia. In Karins' words, the result of this debate is a united and strong Europe that can set its conditions and requirements for opening talks with Russia.
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