MOSCOW, July 12. /TASS/. Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev urges to involve private investors for resolution of infrastructural problems in the country. Funds of the government are not enough in this regard, he said on Thursday.
"Infrastructural problems need to be settled more actively; they remain one of main obstacles to investments," Medvedev said.
"It is obvious that we will not be able to solve infrastructural problems using government funds only. Private investors should be brought more actively into this sphere. If necessary, laws should be adjusted in the way that we would have more opportunities to participate in public private and municipal private partnership projects," he noted.