A Russian trade representative said in Beijing on Wednesday that
Russia and China will discuss energy cooperation issues in late
Sergey S. Tysplakov, trade representative with the Russian
embassy in China, made the remarks at a news briefing on Russian
National Exhibition which is to be held from November 8 to 13.
Ma Kai, minister in charge of China's State Development and
Reform Commission (NDRC) will head a delegation to Russia for a
meeting with Russian officials from the Ministry of Industry and
Energy in late October, said Tysplakov.
Tysplakov said he believed that Russia and China would summarize
the achievements jointly made over the past year by energy
corporations from the two countries, and explore their future
energy cooperation during the October meeting.
The Russian National Exhibition will be the largest item of all
events celebrating the Russian Year in China. It will attract seven
federal regions, 45 territorial units, 22 government organs,
corporations and banks and more than 300 enterprises from Russia
during the exhibition.
(Xinhua News Agency September 28, 2006)