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Meeting with Silvio Berlusconi

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Vladimir Putin met in Crimea with Silvio Berlusconi, who is in Russia on a private visit.

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Silvio Berlusconi honours the memory of Sardinian soldiers killed during the Crimean War by laying flowers at the memorial at the foot of the mountain Gasfort.
Ceremony laying flowers at the memorial to soldiers from the Kingdom of Sardinia, who fell in the Crimean War.
Memorial at the foot of the mountain Gasfort to soldiers from the Kingdom of Sardinia, who fell in the Crimean War.
Memorial at the foot of the mountain Gasfort to soldiers from the Kingdom of Sardinia, who fell in the Crimean War.
With Silvio Berlusconi and Head of the Republic of Crimea Sergei Aksyonov (far left) at the memorial to soldiers from the Kingdom of Sardinia, who fell in the Crimean War. Pavel Lyashchuk, a researcher at the Museum of the Heroic Defence and Liberation of Sevastopol, is giving the explanations.
At the memorial to soldiers from the Kingdom of Sardinia, who fell in the Crimean War.
Visiting production and agricultural enterprise Massandra Winery.
Visiting production and agricultural enterprise Massandra Winery.
Visiting production and agricultural enterprise Massandra Winery. With the company’s general director Yanina Pavlenko.
Silvio Berlusconi at one of the wine cellars at the Massandra Winery.
With representatives of production and agricultural enterprise Massandra Winery.
With Silvio Berlusconi during a walk along the esplanade in Yalta.
On the seafront esplanade in Yalta.
Silvio Berlusconi during a walk along the esplanade in Yalta.
With representatives of the Crimean Italian community’s organisation Cerchio.
Visiting the Livadia Palace.
Vladimir Putin and Silvio Berlusconi signed the distinguished visitors’ book at the Livadia Palace.
With Silvio Berlusconi and Head of the Republic of Crimea Sergei Aksyonov (far left) at the memorial to soldiers from the Kingdom of Sardinia, who fell in the Crimean War. Pavel Lyashchuk, a researcher at the Museum of the Heroic Defence and Liberation of Sevastopol, is giving the explanations.

The Russian President and former Italian Prime Minister laid flowers at a memorial at the foot of the mountain Gasfort dedicated to the memory of soldiers from the Kingdom of Sardinia, who fell in the 1853–1856 Crimean War.

Later, Mr Putin and Mr Berlusconi visited the Massandra Palace of Emperor Alexander III and the Massandra Winery, where they looked over one of the wine cellars.

Later on, Mr Putin and Mr Berlusconi strolled along the Yalta seashore esplanade and spoke with holidaymakers.

The President and former Italian Prime Minister met with representatives of the Crimean Italian community Cerchio at one of the cafes along the seashore.

At the Livadia Palace, the Russian President and former Prime Minister of Italy visited an exhibition on the Yalta Conference, looked over the halls and rooms at the palace, and the Italian Courtyard. At the end of the visit, Mr Putin and Mr Berlusconi signed the distinguished visitors’ book

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