Source Pravda.Ru

Russia's Deputy Prime Minister to Discuss, in Vienna, Russian-Austrian Trade Cooperation

A Deputy Prime Minister of Russia, Valentina Matviyenko will take part in a session of Russian-Austrian Joint Commission on Trade Cooperation in Vienna, on October 29. This is according to the Department of Information of Russia's government. Besides trade cooperation, a number of joint projects will be discussed.

The meeting over, a number of joint documents, including a memorandum on cooperation between Russian automakers and Austrian AVL and an agreement for cooperation with Austrian Doppelmaster completing the first phase of a mountain skiing resort in the Irkutsk Region will be signed.

The meeting will be attended by entrepreneurs from both countries and the governors of a number of Russia's regions. Mrs. Matviyenko is expected to meet with Austria's Federal Chancellor Wolfgang Schussel.

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