The European Union has decided to follow the Obama administration’s example and reset relations with Russia in order to get over the Georgian crisis and natural gas disputes with Ukraine, Dziennik Gazeta Prawna reports. Wednesday’s EU-Russia summit in Stockholm saw some promising declarations, with President Dimitry Medvedev announcing that both parties would soon sign a new co-operation and partnership agreement. Even before the summit commenced, Russia agreed on the principle of inform Brussels at least two weeks ahead of any cuts in gas supplies to Ukraine. Russian politicians are happy, because they recently convinced Slovenia to build the South Stream pipeline, and earlier managed to persuade Sweden and Norway not to block the Nord Stream project. Both pipelines will increase Europe’s growing dependence on Russian natural gas.