Russia may develop advanced Ka-62 helicopter’s shipborne versionMilitary & Defense May 26, 15:53
Russia and China share stances on Syria crisisRussian Politics & Diplomacy May 26, 15:27
Moscow and Beijing call for complete denuclearization of Korean PeninsulaRussian Politics & Diplomacy May 26, 14:35
Russia’s most advanced helicopter to get new-generation communications systemMilitary & Defense May 26, 14:24
G7 summit kicks off in ItalyWorld May 26, 13:55
Kremlin spokesman says Russia stands with UK in war on terrorRussian Politics & Diplomacy May 26, 13:13
Russia looks for traces of extra-terrestrial life forms on ISS surfaceScience & Space May 26, 13:04
Press review: NATO's anti-terror Trump card and US' Syrian civilian body countPress Review May 26, 13:00
Russia warns NATO against military buildup along eastern borderRussian Politics & Diplomacy May 26, 12:01
SOCHI, southern Russia, September 12 (Itar-Tass) — Russian President Vladimir Putin told Moldovan Prime Minister Vlad Filat on Wednesday that Russia would help Russian investors to come to Moldova.
“Our government has plans to privatize some plants and enterprises. We think that it’s possible for us to contribute to the arrival of Russian investments,” the Russian head of state said.
Putin said that the leaderships of Russia and Moldova should pay special attention to investments. “It seems to me that we should focus on investments because the volume of Russian investments (in Moldova) is so far inconsiderable,” the Russian president said. “We have very good prospects here,” he added.
For his part, the Moldovan prime minister said that Moldova would welcome the arrival of Russian investors. “The talk is not only about privatization but also private public partnership (PPP),” Vlad Filat said. He agreed that the dynamics of bilateral trade and economic relations should be positive.
“As for the infrastructure, transport and the power industry, I hope that we will continue our interaction in the spirit of cooperation and strategic partnership,” Filat went on to say.
During the talks Putin touched upon deliveries of alcohol and alcoholic products from Moldova to Russia.
“I know that one of the questions will be expansion of deliveries of alcoholic products. Both Moldovan cognacs and wines are very popular in Russia,” Putin said. He noted that Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev and Vlad Filat had managed to solve the issue the day before.
Putin said that Russia accounts for 40% of Moldovan exports of alcoholic products.