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Russian Foreign Minister thanked Norwegians for preserving memory of Soviet soldiers

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Russian Foreign Minister thanked Norwegians for preserving memory of Soviet soldiers


26.10.2021

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Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov thanked his Norwegian counterpart Anniken Huitfeld for the caring attitude to the memory of Soviet soldiers who died on the territory of the country during World War II. The bilateral negotiations between the heads of the foreign ministries started the day before, on October 25, in Tromsø, Norway, RIA Novosti reports.

According to Lavrov, the level of attention towards the fallen heroes in Norway is "amazing".
 
The Russian minister's visit to Norway began with the laying of wreaths at the monument to Soviet soldiers at the Tromsø city cemetery. Anniken Huitfeld joined him.
 
Huitfeld said she was delighted to welcome the Russian minister to Tromsø and "looks forward to getting to know each other better."

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