19 March 2018

Gazprom sees new cooperation projects with Japan

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Gazprom sees new projects and directions for cooperation with Japan, the company’s CEO Alexei Miller told reporters on Sunday.

"Japan is a major energy market in the world," he said. "We can see new opportunities, projects, directions for cooperation with Japanese companies."

Gazprom’s delegation led by CEO Alexei Miller participates in the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in Lima (Peru).

During the summit, Miller participated in meetings of Russia’s President Vladimir Putin with Vietnam’s President Tran Dai Quang, China’s President Xi Jinping, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, where the parties discussed, among other issues, cooperation in the energy sector.

APEC is an international forum bringing together 21 leading economies of the world for cooperation on trade and economic development of the region. Creating the system of free and open trade and a liberal investment regime in the Asia-Pacific region has been declared the main task for APEC until the year 2020. Peru’s capital Lima plays host to the 2016 APEC summit on November 19-20.

2016.11.20 / 12:01
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