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MOSCOW, December 15. /TASS/. The separate Far Eastern session for discussing joint Russian-Japanese investment projects will be held on the sidelines of the business forum in Tokyo on December 16, the press service of the Russian Minister for Far East Development said.
"On December 16, broad-format talks will be held in Tokyo with participation of representatives of ministries and agencies and involvement of business circles," the press service said.
"One of the key issues on the agenda is expanding economic cooperation in the Russian Far East. In the framework of the upcoming business forum, a separate Far Eastern session is planned. It will be devoted to discussing joint investment projects in the spheres of industry, infrastructure, agriculture, urban development," the press service added.
The sides plan to sign a package of documents on Russian-Japanese projects in the Far East, including on main conditions for creating a Russian-Japanese platform for attracting Japanese investors to the territories of advancing development and the free port of Vladivostok. Among founders of the platform will be the Agency of the Far East for Attracting Investment and Supporting Export, the Fund of Far Eastern Development and Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC).