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LUXEMBOURG, April 10 (Itar-Tass) — The expansion of economic partnership will be in the focus during the visit of Tatarstan’s head Rustam Minnikhanov to Luxembourg. His press service told Itar-Tass that Minnikhanov arrived in Luxembourg on Monday evening, and the main work program is scheduled for Tuesday.
“On Tuesday, a number of busy meetings will be held on the development of the scientific, technical and economic cooperation. The presentation of the investment potential of Tatarstan in the Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce and Industry and familiarisation with the possibilities of the economy and business of the Grand Duchy will be an important event,” the press service official stressed.
The head of Tatarstan on Tuesday will also hold meetings with Prime Minister of Luxembourg Jean-Claude Juncker and Minister of Economy and Foreign Trade Etienne Schneider. In addition, the delegation of Tatarstan will visit the telecommunications control centre of Europe’s largest satellite company SES Astra.
According to the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Luxembourg, the volume of trade between Luxembourg and Tatarstan accounted for some 500 million euros last year.