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BERLIN, March 28. /ITAR-TASS/. Germany’s chancellor has emphasised the need to develop relations with Russian companies despite the country's position on Crimea.
“Angela Merkel would like economic contacts to continue in future,” the German government’s spokeswoman, Christiane Wirtz said on Friday.
Investments should be made under reliable framework conditions, she said.
Earlier reports said the head of Germany’s state railway Ruediger Grube was planning to visit Russia in the middle of April.
Grube has regular meetings with the Russian Railways leadership, the German company says.