The objective is to create “regional centers that support Russian exports”, announced the Ministry of Industry and Commerce
Moscow.- The Russian Ministry of Industry and Commerce announced today that it will suspend its trade missions in the United States and the Baltic countries, while it will increase in Saudi Arabia and Mexico.
“We are not finishing it because we have state and interstate agreements, but we are pausing our work only to avoid simulating activities there,” the agency’s minister Denis Manturov told NTV.
In contrast, he highlighted the increase in their support in other countries such as Saudi Arabia and Mexico to create ” regional centers that support Russian exports,” says the Russian agency Tass.
The Latin American country is Russia’s second most important trading partner in Latin America after Brazil and, in turn, it also has a lot to offer the Eurasian nation, reports Sputnik.
According to the embassy of the Russian Federation, in the United Mexican States for exports of metals, food, and raw materials, Russian exports grew by $ 1.5 million to $ 2 billion in 2018 alone.
In sum, last October, Russian President Vladimir Putin traveled to Saudi Arabia and various Russian representatives signed 20 joint cooperation agreements.
Along with Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Putin highlighted the drive for bilateral cooperation and the opportunity to stabilize the area by fighting regional terrorism.
Source: .tvazteca.com, notimex, forbes
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