Russia, France, Germany and Italy signed Memorandum on cooperation

The purpose is that of developing international cooperation to promote integration from Lisbon to Vladivostok
Russia, France, Germany and Italy signed Memorandum on cooperation
15 April 15:05 2016 Print This Article

On the sidelines of the International Conference InvestRus hold April 14, Russia, France, Germany and Italy signed a memorandum on cooperation.

Four-party Memorandum was signed by Alexander Stuglev (Chief Executive Officer of the Roscongress Foundation), Jean-Pierre Thomas (President of Thomas Vendome Investment), Antonio Fallico (Chairman of the Board of Directors of Banca Intesa), and Ulf Schneider (Managing Partner of SCHNEIDER GROUP).

The purpose of the document is to facilitate the development of international cooperation in various sectors of the economy and promote the idea of pan-European integration from Lisbon to Vladivostok, said Roscongress Foundation CEO Alexander Stuglev.

According to Antonio Fallico, the Memirndume aims to facilitate the convergence of all countries in the entire Eurasian space, including non-members of the EU and EEU.

This is an intent to cooperate in exchanging experience, preparing joint studies and analytical reports, and also conducting various events in Russia, the EU and the EEU.

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