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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Lavrov calm in heavy negotiations thoughts on “Spartacus” and Vysotsky

The Minister of foreign Affairs of Russia Sergey Lavrov said that helps him to calm down and recover during difficult negotiations on international issues, when partners do not hear it.

According to the head of Russian diplomacy, to distract from difficult thoughts help him to thoughts about his favorite football team “Spartak”.

“I constantly think about “Spartak”, — said Lavrov in an interview with Esquire magazine.

The head of the Russian foreign Ministry also told of their literary and musical tastes.

“Favourite poet — Vladimir Vysotsky. Even Yesenin and Block. But Vysotsky is our present”, — said Lavrov.

He also admitted that of the musical directions he appeal to jazz and folk.

“Like Butman plays. Well, the Beatles, of course, love. And Sinatra”, — said the head of the Russian foreign Ministry.


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