French minister: Moscow, Paris shouldn’t focus dialogue on finger-pointing

French minister: Moscow, Paris shouldn’t focus dialogue on finger-pointing
# 09 September 2019 19:40 (UTC +04:00)

Russia and France should think about ways to bolster strategic security in the region, French Minister of the Armed Forces Florence Parly said on Monday, APA reports citing TASS.

"The second aim is to think through how we can make a lasting contribution to improve strategic stability. Discussions on the history of the last 20 years should not be centered around finger-pointing, we need to move forward," she said following a 2+2 meeting between the two countries’ defense and foreign ministers.

According to her, dialogue will help to "reconsider the basis" of the relations. The minister is convinced that it will also help to avert incidents and alleviate frictions. Parly is certain that mistrust can be eliminated only through better understanding of each other. This is "not always easy because we often have different visions and methods," she pointed out.

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