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MOSCOW, February 9. /TASS/. Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev and Slovenian President Borut Pahor will discuss relevant issues of cooperation between the two countries in Moscow on February 10, press service of the Russian government reported Thursday.
"Medvedev and Pahor will discuss the implementation of joint projects in the energy, industry, agriculture, transport, hi-tech areas," the report said.
Slovenian President is officially visiting Russia at President Putin’s invitation. Their meeting is scheduled for Friday.
Eleven bilateral contracts are planned for signing during the visit in different sectors, such as agriculture, telecommunications, technology exchange and energy with the total amount over 1 bln euro. Earlier Pahor said in an interview with TASS that bilateral economic agreements being prepared for signing can double the trade turnover between Slovenia and Russia.