At the meeting of the Advisory Council, expected to discuss issues of import substitution, investment cooperation and development in various sectors of the economy.
MOSCOW, 19 Oct. Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev on Monday will hold a meeting of the Advisory Council on foreign investments in Russia, said the press service of the government.
During the meeting it is planned to discuss “matters of import, regulatory, investment cooperation and development in the pharmaceutical, construction, agro-industrial and food sectors, the retail and subsoil use, energy markets and energy efficient technologies”, the report says.
The meeting will be attended by the Deputy Prime Ministers Igor Shuvalov and Arkady Dvorkovich, and the Minister of economic development Alexei Ulyukayev, energy Minister Alexander Novak, Finance Minister Anton Siluanov and Minister of agriculture Alexander Tkachev.
Also in the meeting will participate representatives of relevant agencies, foreign companies and coordinator of the foreign participants of the Council mark Weinberger.
The Advisory Council on foreign investments (FIAC) is a permanent body in charge of preliminary consideration and preparation of proposals on problems related to investment attractiveness of the Russian economy, but also emerging from foreign institutional investors in implementation of investment projects on the territory of Russia.