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Medvedev Upbeat About Russian Economy, Ties With Europe

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Medvedev Upbeat About Russian Economy, Ties With Europe

Post by Admin on Fri Jul 24, 2015 1:00 pm

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said he expects Russia's recession-hit economy to start growing again at the end of the year, while he hopes for improving economic ties with friendly countries in southeastern Europe.

"I think that the economy will return to the path of growth in late 2015, early 2016. It won't be anything spectacular, but it will still go up, which will allow us to address some economic issues," Medvedev said in an interview with Slovenian national broadcaster RTV Slovenija on July 23.

Medvedev plans to visit Ljubljana on July 26-27.

The Russian premier offered to include Slovenia, which he portrayed as relatively friendly toward Russia despite economic sanctions imposed by the European Union over its aggression in Ukraine, in Russia's big Turkish Stream gas pipeline project, which was designed to bypass Ukraine and funnel Russian gas through Turkey and Greece to Europe.

"Slovenia could play a major role in this project" by helping to transport and distribute the gas throughout Europe from gas-storage facilities to be built along the border between Turkey and Greece, he said.

"Several countries have shown interest in this project, including Hungary and Serbia. So I would recommend your leaders take a close look," he said.....................

To read further go to this link: rferl.org

This is of course aimed at Russians to hear, not the west as we all know MANY experts have mentioned that it's going to get worse for the Russian economy.

As for the pipeline within Turkey, that was reported more than in one article that Turkey declined. More typical propaganda from the Putalin puppet.

If things continue to go the way they are, more sanctions are in the pipes, per many reports. Europe perhaps, as we've seen reports the last two days that some European MPs are in the Kremlin's pocket. As for the US, any additional sanctions will come from them. Europe's too beholden to the Kremlin. Pure sign of corrupt politicians.


Read: Why does Shrewsbury MP Kawczynski support lifting sanctions against Russia? Money money money...(Scroll down)


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