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DAVOS, January 24 (Itar-Tass) — The economic crisis will eventually make Europe stronger, Russia’s Sherpa in the G20, chief of the presidential experts department, Kseniya Yudayeva, told the media.
There is a feeling that Europe’s measures to stabilize the economic situation are beginning to bear fruit.
“However, it is too early to say that the global economies have achieved a steady growth trajectory,” Yudayeva said.
She agreed that Europe was now in recession, but at the same time remarked that Europe may emerge from the crisis in a far better shape.
“If one takes a look at the medium term and long-term horizons, it will become clear that everything that does not kill us, makes us stronger,” Yudayeva said.
Such an opinion was voiced by many other participants in the Davos forum.