Source Pravda.Ru

Presidential Advisor Yastrzhembsky: We Expect the Website to Help Us to Work With a Foreign Audience

'We expect the website to help us to work with a foreign audience'. Sergey Yastrzhembsky, Advisor to the Russian President, said this during presentation of the website today at the International Press Centre. He remarked that in the near future, English, German and French language versions of the site will be opened. Chairman of the St. Petersburg Legislative Assembly Sergey Tarasov underlined that 'one of the main aims of the site is to open our city to the world, showing it to people as it really is.'

The website aims to present St. Petersburg as an international business centre and the cultural capital of Russia. It will also provide news and analytical material related to the city.

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