Representatives of the European Union arrived in Russia to lobby business interests. Businessmen are interested in the presence of the Russian market and intend to hold a series of meetings with Russian parliamentarians and with the heads of several departments of finance and economic bloc of the government
How to write "Izvestia", the first meeting was held with foreign businessmen Russian lawmakers headed by the Speaker of the State Duma Sergei Naryshkin on 18 February. According to the chairman of the lower house of parliament, Russia will not turn off the program to improve the business climate, even in times of crisis. He also noted that Russia's economy, despite the sanctions, continues to grow steadily.
"Despite all the difficulties, with all the risks of the Russian economy continues to evolve, and the Russian market has been and remains one of the most intensive and one of the most attractive markets in Europe. Russia is not going to stop the program to improve the business climate and even in a difficult financial and budgetary situation will continue to fund large infrastructure projects, will continue to promote mechanisms for public-private partnerships and tools of project financing, "- said Sergey Naryshkin.