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MOSCOW, December 05. /ITAR-TASS/. Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev is convinced that security of shipments should always remain the top priority for transport. Medvedev said in a message of greetings to the participants of the international forum and exhibition “Transport of Russia”.
“Today it is important to modernize the transport infrastructure systemically and consistently, focus on broader cooperation within the Customs Union, integration processes in the Eurasian economic space and certainly the security of all types of shipments should be the top priority,” the prime minister noted.
Medvedev added that the transport industry is one of key industries in economy and determines its sustainable development mainly. “Its clear-cut and non-stop work influences directly the state security, the level of industrial potential and social sphere, so, the quality of life of millions of people,” he noted.
Medvedev hopes that the participants in the forum will discuss the world experience in this sphere, will share prospective ideas, outline the ways to resolve many topical issues and the recommendations of the forum will contribute to stronger competitiveness of the industry on the global market of transportation services. “I wish you fruitful work and all the best,” the prime minister said in conclusion.