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MOSCOW, May 26. /TASS/. Moscow expects that Russian companies will enjoy the most favorable conditions for work in Venezuela, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said at the meeting of the bilateral intergovernmental commission on Tuesday.
"Of course, we are interested that the government of Venezuela will support the initiatives of the Russian business and offer the most comfortable and favorable conditions for the Russian companies that will be eager to come to your country," Rogozin told Venezuelan Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez.
Rogozin stressed the importance of cooperation as part of the bilateral high-level commission. He reminded that the format of working consultations launched in December has proved to be effective.
"The problems that have not yet been solved are under our personal control. We expect that the agreements that have been reached and bilateral documents that will be signed today will be also fully implemented," he said.
Rogozin and Rodriguez signed a final act of the meeting of the Russian-Venezuelan high-level commission.
The sides also approved a program of cooperation and exchange in the culture sphere for 2015-2017 and an action plan as part of fulfilling a memorandum on mutual understanding in the sphere of metrology.