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SOCHI, September 20. /ITAR-TASS/. European businesses demonstrate interest to investment projects in Crimea, Russia’s Deputy Minister of Crimean Affairs Andrei Sokolov to the investment forum in Sochi on Saturday.
“We have been working not only with Russian companies and companies from the countries, which have not introduced sanctions against the Russian Federation, - China, Korea, etc.,” he said. “We have been working also with European businesses, which, generally speaking, regardless of the sanctions, are trying to find ways to settle the problem.”
“Everyone interested in investing in Crimea or considering it after seeing the conditions we are offering in the bill (on the free economic zone) continue demonstrating the interest and even do certain pre-project works,” the deputy minister said.