Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks during a meeting with French businessmen at the Kremlin in Moscow on May 25, 2016. / AFP / POOL / SERGEI KARPUKHIN
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Russia and the European Union need to build a 'an equal and fair dialogue' as partners to overcome their differences, President Vladimir Putin said in an article published in a Greek newspaper Thursday on an eve of a visit to the country.Putin will be in Athens Friday, and also visit Greece's monastic community at Mount Athos in northern Greece Saturday.While the EU did not appear to feel the same way, Putin said, 'there is no problem which cannot be solved'.Singling out energy and transport, Putin said Moscow wanted to deepen its cooperation with Greece.Russia has been the main gas supplier for Greece and Putin said his country has always counted on its deep ties with Athens to push ahead with its plans to boost its gas supplies Europe.
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