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MOSCOW, October 28 (Itar-Tass) - Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev and French counterpart Jean-Marc Ayrault will hold the 18th meeting of the Russian-French commission for bilateral cooperation at the level of prime ministers in the Russian capital on November 1, the Russian governmental press service reported on Monday.
“Upon the results of the work of the intergovernmental commission the sides will sign bilateral intergovernmental and interdepartmental documents seeking to broaden Russian-French cooperation in different spheres as well as commercial contracts,” the press service said.
The chief executives of several ministries and agencies from Russia and France will participate in the meeting of the commission.
On Thursday, October 31, Medvedev and Ayrault jointly with Finnish counterpart Jyrki Katainen will participate in a plenary meeting of the second Moscow international forum “Open Innovations”. This year France and Finland have the status of partner countries at the forum.