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Foreign companies continue to work actively in the Russian market - Dvorkovich
Foreign companies continue to actively work in the Russian market and do not interrupt relations with the Russian Federation. Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian government Arkady Dvorkovich said this in an interview with Rossiyskaya Gazeta. He answered questions during a meeting with participants in the Russian-Japanese Forum, organized by Rossiyskaya Gazeta and Japanese Mainichi.
"We have not had any problems with any foreign company in the Russian market so far. No one is going anywhere, everyone is actively working. A number of companies, however, have difficulties with the implementation of individual contracts, but this only if there are direct sanctions that impose restrictions on these companies, "said Dvorkovich. According to him, in all cases, "there is a very constructive approach on the part of the companies" and "an attempt to find a solution that would allow not to interrupt relations with our country."
Answering a question about projects for cooperation with Japan, he said that the countries are holding consultations on the organization of electricity supplies. "The topic of creating an energy bridge is discussed. We are talking about the supply of electricity. But this discussion is in the stage of consultation, not at the stage of negotiations, "the Deputy Prime Minister explained.