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Vice President U Nyan Tun meets secretary of Russia’s Security Council, Chairman of Russia-Myanmar Friendship Association

Vice President U Nyan Tun receives Secretary of Russian Security Council Mr. Nikolai P Patrushev and party.—MNA
Vice President U Nyan Tun receives Secretary of Russian Security Council Mr. Nikolai P Patrushev and party.—MNA

Moscow, 17 June—Vice President U Nyan Tun met Mr. Nikolai P Patrushev, Secretary of Russian Security Council and party at the President Hotel in Moscow on Wednesday morning.
They discussed further cementing friendly relations and cooperation between the two countries, cooperation in defence and security sectors, preparations for signing the MoUs, signing of MoU between Ministry of Science and Technology of Myanmar and Russia’s ROSATOM State Atomic Energy Corporation over nuclear safety, assessment for impact of nuclear energy on environment, technology on nuclear medicine, and cooperation in research and development of nuclear energy utilization for peace process, cooperation in drug control, anti-terrorism, criminal matters, cooperation in international relations and issues on ASEAN-Russian Meeting.
The vice president also met retired General Mr Michael Dmitriev, Chairman of the Russia-Myanmar Friendship Association at the President Hotel here Tuesday for talks on increasing cooperation between the two countries.
Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs U Thant Kyaw, who accompanied the vice president, met with Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Mr Igor V Morgulov of the Russian Federation at the ministry to discuss increasing bilateral relations and matters related to the signing of memorandums of understanding and agreements during the vice president’s trip.
The deputy minister also called on Natural Resources and Environment Minister Mr Sergey Donskoy and discussed cooperation in the natural resources conservation sector between the two countries.
The deputy minister and Russian Minister Mr Sergey Donskoy signed an MoU on cooperation of expertise in the geological field between Myanmar’s Ministry of Mines and Russia’s Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment. MNA

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