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KAZAN, March 25. /ITAR-TASS/. Russia will continue cooperating with foreign oil and gas companies, and no sanctions will make the people interested in developing business in Russia leave the country, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev told representatives of innovation territorial clusters on Tuesday.
Asked about the possible consequences of sanctions against Russia for cooperation with foreign oil and gas companies, Medvedev said, “You said it is unclear what will happen in the future. I will tell you - nothing will happen. Everything will be all right.”
“Those who want to cooperate with us in any sphere - whether it is science, industrial cooperation or investments that fit our economy - will not go anywhere because it is quite a normal process,” Medvedev said, adding that those who would refuse to maintain cooperation with Russia did not particularly want it.
The prime minister said Russia was interested in developing cooperation with foreign companies.
“We have no limitations,” he said. “We will continue all kinds of cooperation with all foreign companies we work with."