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MOSCOW, March 10. /TASS/. There are no new meetings with large Western businesses in the near future in the schedule of the Russian President Vladimir Putin, but the Russian authorities are ready to continue doing everything possible to create the most comfortable conditions for foreign investors, Presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters.
"There are no such meeting in the foreseeable future, but they happen as necessary, there are no restrictions," he said. "The Russian authorities are certainly ready to do everything possible to maintain a comfortable environment for foreign business and foreign investors in our country," Peskov added.
The Kremlin spokesman noted that the Russian government, continues to welcome foreign investors. "We are interested in their activities on the Russian market," Peskov added. At the same time, he explained special attention to the US oil company Exxon Mobil, as President Putin has recently met with the new Head of the company, saying "This is a very large company and a major investor." This explains this special attention," Peskov concluded.