Relations between Russia and France don't need to bring to court proceedings because of non-delivery of " Mistral ", said Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin.
"I don't think such Relations as Relations between Russia and France, should be brought to trial ", - He told, answering a question about the prospects of the claim to France on the delivery Mistral, reports news Agency.
before the last working day of the week British print edition of the Times said that in case of breach of contract on the supplies built for the Russian Federation of 2 helicopter carrier "Mistral" Paris will be obligated to pay to Moscow 1 billion pounds (1, 5 billion). On Wednesday, French leader Francois Hollande said that if the "Mistral" will not be delivered to Russia, the money for them will be returned. He has supplemented his words by the fact that the theme of "Mistral" will be one of the points of his talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin, which will be held on the last working day of the week in Yerevan. April 16, Putin said that Moscow will not require from Paris payments penalties and exorbitant fines for non-delivery of helicopter carrier type " Mistral ", but hopes that the French government will reimburse Russia costs. April 19, Hollande said that Paris and Moscow are looking for a way out around the helicopter " Mistral ". The week before the President of Rosoboronexport Anatoly Isaikin said Russia and France still have about 2 months of on the dialogues. Remember, last year Paris at the time stopped the supply ships, for which he received the money, citing his disagreement with the policy of Russia in Ukraine. Opposing political force and the trade unions of France criticized the President of the Fifth Republic for refusing to put Russia "Mistral" alleging pressure from the capital of the USA.