Russian Communications Ministry has developed a number of measures to support domestically produced substitutes for imported software, the newspaper Vedomosti reported Tuesday, citing the department’s letter to the Ministry of Industry.Add comments
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev will discuss the petitions of foreign investors regarding Russian companies engaged in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals, heat-exchange equipment and building materials, with a special state commission, the press service of the government reported.
The Norwegian company North Atlantic Drilling Limited (NADL) that signed various contracts with Russia’s oil giant Rosneft during the summer period, hopes to continue doing business with Rosneft and other Russian companies, despite the possibility of the imposition of new sanctions against Russia by the West, NADL’s chief executive Alf Ragnar Lovdal said.
Moldovan Prime Minister Iurie Leanca asked the European Union to provide Moldovan farmers with financial aid during a meeting with Stefan Fule, European Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighbourhood Policy, a spokesman for the Moldovan government told RIA Novosti Monday.
The Power of Siberia pipeline will contribute to the Russian Far East and Siberia’s gasification, enabling the joining of Russia’s gas networks into one and will allow the redirection of gas supplies depending on the market conditions, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Monday.
Russian oil giant Rosneft plans to spend some $3 billion on geological surveys over the next four years on the shelves of the Sea of Okhotsk and the Chukchi Sea, the company’s CEO Igor Sechin said Monday.