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Russia to discuss energy supply increase to Germany
18.07.2011 18:00
Russia to discuss energy supply increase to Germany

Energy supply increase and acute international issues, including Europe’s antimissile defense system, Russia’s cooperation with NATO and EU, Near East conflicts will be talked over by Russian and German heads of states at intergovernmental consultation in Hanover, Germany.

      
As Germany has decided to terminate its national nuclear branch by 2022, the country is more interested now in expanding its cooperation with Russia in increasing Russian natural gas supply, says Russian Aide to the President Sergey Prikhodko.

      
The sides will also discuss the preparation of the year of Germany in Russia and Russia in Germany, the opening of German House of Science and Innovation in Moscow, organization of automobile tires production in Kaluga Region, cooperation in electric wires modernization.

      

www.ria.ru


Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Russia Germany    

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