Russia and Europe--Who are we?

the symposium on the relations between Russia and the European Union : the verbatim report, June 8, 1998
  • 80 Pages
  • 1.28 MB
  • English

[Izd-vo NOK "Muzeĭ bumagi"] , Moscow
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Other titlesWho are we?
Statement[otvetstvennyĭ redaktor I. Chubaĭs].
ContributionsChubaĭs, Igorʹ., European Commission. Predstavitelʹstvo v Moskve.
LC ClassificationsD1065.R9 R66913 1999
The Physical Object
Pagination80 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6847559M
ISBN 105900013065
LC Control Number00350437

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