MOSCOW, 19 APR –. Vice-Premier and presidential representative in the far East Yuri Trutnev, who heads the Russian delegation at the world economic forum in Davos, Switzerland, plans to hold bilateral meetings with investors from Japan, China, India and some other countries.
“Scheduled series of bilateral meetings with the leaders of Japanese, Chinese and Indian companies. Knowing the format of the work at such events, I’m sure the list of meetings to be completed,” — said Trutnev.
According to him, the speech will focus on the investment attractiveness of Russia, in particular the projects in the far East.
“We shall talk about Russia, about the investment attractiveness of the Far East. Created a model of regional development based on attracting private investment. Created development institutions: Torah, running the mechanisms of support of investment projects, available ports, and more. All this fundamentally distinguishes the investment climate in the far East of the investment climate in other parts of the country. That’s what we plan to tell the world,” — said Deputy Prime Minister.
Trutnev also noted that he was invited to the forum in Davos last year in the Chinese city of Dalian WEF Executive Chairman Klaus Schwab.
“After the far Eastern economic forum in Vladivostok, I was invited to participate in the “summer Davos” in Dalian, in the course of a meeting with Klaus Schwab. He invited me to Switzerland”, — said the representative of the President in the far East.
As previously reported, Russia plans to tell participants of the forum in Davos on projects in the far East with a total investment of 1.8 trillion rubles. New mechanisms of economic development of the Far East earned in 2015.
In 2009, Russia in Davos was represented by Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, in 2010, Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin, in 2011, President Dmitry Medvedev, in 2012, first Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov, in 2013, Prime Minister Medvedev, in 2014, Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich and in 2015 — the first Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov.