MOSCOW, November 28. /TASS/. Russia is redirecting its exports and imports to new markets against the backdrop of an international trade crisis, Russian President Vladimir Putin said at a forum of interregional cooperation with Kazakhstan on Monday.
"Particular attention is being paid to the development of a joint transport and logistics infrastructure, the removal of restrictions that impede trade and investment exchanges. This is especially important now, given that international trade is in crisis. Taking this into account, Russia is implementing large-scale measures to redirect its export-import operations to new markets," he said.
Putin added that work is underway to equip and improve the efficiency of new key international corridors: East-West and North-South.