Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed concern to the King of Morocco, in Moscow on Tuesday, that there had been a noticeable decline in exports of traditional Moroccan produce to Russia.
SOT, Vladimir Putin, president of Russia (Russian): "Your Majesty, dear friends! Let me heartly welcome you to Moscow. We are very happy, Your Majesty, to see you in the capital of Russia, and especially this year, 2016, because exactly 50 years ago, your father, King Hassan II, visited the Soviet Union and actually established a relationship between the two countries that has developed so positively for all these years."
SOT, Vladimir Putin, president of Russia (Russian): "We have excellent relations with Morocco, but surprisingly, we are seeing a definite decline in sales, including of some traditional Moroccan products."
SOT, Vladimir Putin, president of Russia (Russian): "There is a decrease in the supply of Moroccan fruits, oranges, tomatoes, in Russia, particularly as we have certain restrictions on the supply of such products from the European Union."
SOT, Mohammed VI, the King of Morocco (French): "I brought with me a fairly representative delegation and I hope that the ministers included in the delegation, will be able to work on those issues which are of interest to us during our meeting and afterwards."
SOT, Mohammed VI, the King of Morocco (French): "Taking advantage of the opportunity that I am accompanied by the minister of agriculture, we can talk about problems which are connected with the export of Moroccan products to Russia."
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