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    PUTIN SENDS MESSAGE TO BRAZIL LEADER

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    MOSCOW, April 2, 2004. (RIA Novosti) - Russian President Vladimir Putin has sent a message to Brazilian President Lula Da Silva, the Kremlin press service told RIA Novosti.

    In particular, the message runs:

    "Russia and Brazil stand together on the majority of international problems. Above all, at issue is strategic stability, the consolidation of the UN's central role, the establishment of multilateral diplomacy, consolidation of the legal basis of the world order, the formation of the global system of countering new threats and challenges. We are set on further intensive interaction in the formation of the multi-polar world, the search for ways of settling the most acute global issues.

    We are satisfied with the results of the third session of the intergovernmental Russian-Brazilian commission for trade and economic, and science and technical co-operation, held this February in Brazil.

    We think the necessary prerequisites are being formed to raise bilateral relations to a new level, including by production co-operation on the basis of high technologies in aviation, missile building, space exploration, energy and medicine."

    The message was conveyed by Speaker of the Federation Council (upper house) Sergei Mironov currently in Brazil for an official visit, the Kremlin press service reported.

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