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双语新闻 (2015年5月12日)

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**普京将在索契会见克里**

美国国务卿克里星期二将在度假胜地索契会见俄罗斯总统普京,自美俄两国因在乌克兰和叙利亚问题上存在尖锐分歧而导致关系恶化以来,这将是克里首次访问俄罗斯。

克里姆林宫发言人佩斯科夫证实,普京将参加在索契举行的会谈。他对俄罗斯国际文传通讯社说,会谈将不讨论由于俄罗斯卷入乌克兰东部分离主义而受到的国际制裁。但这位发言人表示,如果会谈期间提出这个问题,俄罗斯方面将表明自己的立场。

美国国务院说,普京和俄罗斯外长拉夫罗夫星期二将和克里全面讨论双边及地区问题。美国一直争取确保明确地表达自己的观点。

美国国务院发言人说,会谈还将集中讨论伊朗和世界六强国之间的核谈判问题。

Putin to Meet with Kerry in Sochi U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is due to meet Tuesday with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the resort city of Sochi, in Kerry's first visit to Russia since relations soured over sharp disagreements on Ukraine and Syria.

A Kremlin spokesman, Dmitri Peskov, has confirmed Mr. Putin's participation in the Sochi talks. He told Russia's Interfax news agency that international sanctions on Russia, linked to its involvement with separatists in eastern Ukraine, are not on Russia's agenda. But he said if the subject comes up, the Russian side will "express [its] position."

The State Department says Mr. Putin, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Kerry on Tuesday will discuss "a full range of bilateral and regional issues," as part of an ongoing effort to ensure that U.S. views are clearly conveyed.

A State Department spokeswoman says the talks also will focus on nuclear negotiations between Iran and six nations seeking a deal to contain Tehran's nuclear program.


**奥朗德敦促美国结束对古巴的贸易禁运**

法国总统奥朗德星期一敦促美国结束对古巴长达50年的贸易禁运,同时保证法国将继续支持共产党国家古巴实行经济改革。

奥朗德星期一抵达哈瓦那。自古巴主席劳尔·卡斯特罗和美国总统奥巴马去年宣布将寻求结束两国之间的紧张状态以来,奥朗德是第一位访问古巴的西方国家领导人。

奥朗德在哈瓦那大学发表演讲时说,巴黎将尽力争取“那些妨害古巴发展的措施”最终得以取消。

奥朗德是首位访问古巴的法国国家元首。一个庞大的法国企业界领袖代表团随同奥朗德访问古巴,他们热切希望扩展法国与古巴的贸易关系。目前法古双边贸易额为四亿美元。

奥朗德与古巴官员签署了一系列双边贸易和教育协议。此外,奥朗德还分别会见了劳尔·卡斯特罗和他患病的哥哥菲德尔·卡斯特罗。奥朗德说,菲德尔·卡斯特罗是“一位创造历史的人”。

France's Hollande Calls for End to U.S. Embargo on Cuba

French President Francois Hollande urged the United States on Monday to end its five -decade long trade embargo on Cuba, while pledging his country's continued support as the communist nation reforms its economy.

Mr. Hollande arrived in Havana Monday, becoming the first Western leader to visit Cuba since President Raul Castro and U.S. President Barack Obama announced last

December that they would seek to end more than five decades of Cold War-related bitterness.

Speaking at the University of Havana, the French president said Paris will do what it can to see that "the measures that have damaged Cuba's development" can be finally be repealed. Mr. Hollande, who is also the first French head of state to visit Cuba,

was accompanied by a large delegation of French business leaders who are eager to expand the two nation's current $400 million trade relationship.

Mr. Hollande signed a series of bilateral trade and educational agreements with Cuban officials. He also met separately with Mr. Castro and his brother, ailing

revolutionary leader Fidel Castro, who the French president described as "a man who made history."

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