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MOSCOW, December 10. /ITAR-TASS/. The trade cooperation between Russia and Slovenia is growing despite the problems in world economy, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said at the negotiations with Slovenian counterpart Alenka Bratusek here on Tuesday.
“I am happy to have an opportunity to get acquainted with you and discuss the prospects of Russian-Slovenian relations: they are developing quite well, sustainably and despite the problems in world economy,” Medvedev told Bratusek, who visits Russia as the prime minister for the first time.
“Our trade cooperation is growing,” the Russian prime minister said, noting that this tendency is observed “in trade and investment cooperation.” “Although there is no limit to improvement,” he added.
At the negotiations on Tuesday the prime ministers plan to discuss “new facilities and places, which will enable to develop cooperation between our countries,” Medvedev said.
The Russian prime minister also noted that several important documents would be signed upon results of the talks. “I hope that they will make our cooperation more dynamic,” he noted.
Medvedev wished to Alenka Bratusek “a successful visit in our country, moreover, this is your first visit as the prime minister in Russia.”
For her part, the Slovenian prime minister agreed that the relations between the two countries are “very good, but there is no limit to improvement.” She recalled that the Slovenian governmental delegation had just arrived after an investment conference, at which the republic believes that “your country is a country, in which investment should be made.