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22 May, 2009 11:08

“Ideologies are thing of the past” – young welcome closer Russia-EU ties

While the big guys have been getting down to business in Khabarovsk at Russia-EU summit, leaders of the future have been having their say in the central Russian city of Perm.

The rising stars have come from Russia and Europe to mull over the same topics – energy security, trade, and the economy at their own summit.

Rachel Bending, who’s originally from the UK, joins me live from Moscow, and Vladislav Panteleev in our newsroom – a young leader from Russia. They believe that clashes of ideologies are a thing of the past and that Russia and the EU need to work together on important issues.