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CANNES, November 3 (Itar-Tass) — Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said the country’s energy policy was open for other states.
Speaking at the G-20 summit on Thursday, Medvedev said Russia also hoped on the same openness by foreign partners.
“Energy security is mutual responsibility by producers, consumers and transit participants for stability on the energy markets and interrupted energy supplies,” the Russian president stressed. He recalled that based on this initiative Russia had prepared proposals on adopting a concept on energy security. Russia hopes that other countries will support its initiative, he added.
“We hope for doing our work jointly. It should be open and mutually beneficial,” Medvedev pointed out.