Putin talks energy security, Arctic cooperation on first official visit to Denmark

15:42, April 27, 2011      

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Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin attends a joint press conference with Danish Prime Minister Lars Loekke Rasmussen in Copenhagen, capital of Denmark, April 26, 2011. Russia will take a "responsible attitude" towards increasing energy supplies to compensate for shortfalls arising from unrest in North Africa and fears over nuclear power safety, Putin said here Tuesday. (Xinhua/Devapriyo Das)

By Yang Jingzhong, Devapriyo Das

Russia will take a " responsible attitude" towards increasing energy supplies to compensate for shortfalls arising from unrest in North Africa and fears over nuclear power safety, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said here Tuesday.

Putin made the remarks during his first official visit to Denmark, at a joint press conference with Danish Prime Minister Lars Loekke Rasmussen.

He also expressed deep concern over civilian deaths and destruction of infrastructure caused in the on-going NATO intervention in Libya.

Earlier, Putin had discussed with Danish leaders energy, agriculture, economic opportunities for Danish businesses in Russia, common economic interests in the Arctic and the Baltic Sea regions, and the security situation in Afghanistan.

He also met Queen Margrethe II of Denmark, discussed commercial opportunities with Danish business leaders, and signed various bi- lateral agreements on economic and political cooperation, during his one-day visit.


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