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BELGRADE, March 25. /ITAR-TASS/. Russian Railways head Vladimir Yakunin said on Tuesday he saw no sense in restricting cooperation with American companies over the US sanctions.
“We mainly work with European companies. We are also developing cooperation with Southeast Asia, but honestly speaking, we have no such large-scale cooperation with Americans,” he said, reminding of Russian Railways’ cooperation with Canadian companies.
However, in this case, he spoke of joint companies that had been operating under the Russian legislation. “I see no sense in restricting it,” Yakunin said.