The mechanisms of interaction between Moscow and Prague are stagnating because of the position of the Czech Republic, said the Deputy head of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Vladimir Titov met with Deputy Minister of foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic Petr Kulacom.
According to the report, posted on the Internet office of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, Titov yesterday in Prague met with Kulacom.
"Discussed topical issues related to the current wealth and prospects of bilateral relations. It is noted that because of the position of partners the majority of directions and Mechanisms of interaction are stagnating, including the activities of the intergovernmental Council on economic, industrial and scientific-technical cooperation ", - said in the report.
It is noted that at the meeting were discussed the key aspects of European politics and the Ukrainian crisis, the situation in the Syrian Arab Republic, Yemen and the middle East ".