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The opportunity to increase the export of energy resources in the Asia-Pacific region is a powerful lever for the development of Eastern Siberia and the Far East

Russia's interest in the markets of the Asia-Pacific region is understandable: energy consumption in Europe is growing slowly, and risks are increasing, said Russian President Vladimir Putin, speaking at a meeting with the heads of leading energy companies, which takes place at the SPIEF.

“Today, Europe accounts for more than 70% of our oil exports and almost all of our pipeline gas, but it must be admitted that energy consumption in Europe is growing slowly due to the slow pace of the economy, and political and regulatory risks are increasing rapidly. in transit, "Putin said.

"In this situation, it is natural and understandable our desire to open new markets for Russia, and above all we are talking about the dynamically growing region of the APR. This is not only an opportunity to increase export supplies, but also a powerful lever for the development of Eastern Siberia and the Far East," the head said the state.



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