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MOSCOW, October 31 (Itar-Tass) - French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault said Russia created favourable conditions for innovation and lauded cooperation with France in this sphere.
Speaking at a plenary session of Open Innovation Forum 2013 on Thursday, Ayrault said Russia’s innovation projects developed fast.
Among such projects, the French premier named the Skolkovo centre, the Novosibirsk technical park, as well as the Internet resources like as Yandex, VKontakte and Kaspersky Lab.
He also cited several examples of French-Russian cooperation in the innovation field. “We can be proud of the work between our governments, between the research centres and our enterprises. We should be convinced in the future of such cooperation,” the French premier added.