Expert calls to increase share of innovative products in Russian economy from 12% to 30%Business & Economy October 24, 16:58
Moscow says West is using mediasphere to stage aggressive anti-Russian campaignsRussian Politics & Diplomacy October 24, 16:50
Novak: Freezing or reducing oil production allows avoiding oil market shortageBusiness & Economy October 24, 16:22
Russian Helicopters to build pilot training center in Peru by end of 2017Military & Defense October 24, 15:57
Russian expert suggests Kiev needs to begin direct talks with DonbassWorld October 24, 15:43
Ankara confirms permits for South Stream will be valid for Turkish Stream as wellBusiness & Economy October 24, 15:40
Russia’s antimonopoly service initiates iPhone7 price audit — regulatorBusiness & Economy October 24, 15:03
Sharapova will be back in WTA rankings after 3 tournaments next year — officialSport October 24, 14:58
Ukraine's self-proclaimed republics against deploying armed OSCE mission to DonbassWorld October 24, 14:39
SIMFEROPOL, March 05. /ITAR-TASS/. Autonomous Republic of Crimea and Russia’s constituent Republic of Tatarstan have signed an agreement on economic cooperation.
The signing ceremony was held in the building of the Council of Ministers of the Crimean Republic in Simferopol. The document was signed by Crimea’s Prime Minister Sergey Aksyonov and Tatarstan’s President Rustam Minnikhanov, who was making a one-day visit here.
“We thank our friends from the Republic of Tatarstan and President Rustam Minnikhanov, who has found time to come here at this very difficult moment to render assistance and get familiarized with our problems,” Aksyonov said.
“We are worried by everything that is taking place here because the main thing we must fight for is peace and concord,” Minnikhanov said. “This agreement should be fleshed out with tangible steps, and we are ready for that.”
“We have many areas for cooperation because the Crimean Peninsula’s attractiveness in terms of investing is obvious, and the Tatarstani business is ready to bring its investment here,” he said.