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The economic relations between Russia and France are currently at a low point, but businesses from both countries are still maintaining connections and finding opportunities. As a result, France is playing an increasingly large role in Russia's external trade, which is supported by mutual investment.
EU sanctions against Russia and Russia’s counter-sanctions that have already been extended till the end of the year are likely to remain in effect for the near future, which inevitably affects the economic partnership of Russia and France. On top of that, France’s new President Emmanuel Macron takes a hard line on Russia.
Despite all that, the cooperation continues: