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May 19th, 2010

Russian Deputy Prime Minister Visits USA

Russian Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Ivanov has wrapped up his working visit to the US - something that the Kommersant daily reports, added significantly to the ongoing "reset" of relations between Russia and the US. During the visit, the sides signed a raft of agreements, including on trade-economic and scientific cooperation. In particular, they agreed to jointly explore outer space and produce the An-124 heavy-lift transport aircraft. Additionally, an accord was clinched to involve leading US IT companies in the creation of a state-of-the-art innovation center in Skolkovo outside Moscow, already called by many a Russian Silicon Valley. On top of that, Ivanov praised US business people's desire to contribute to the development of the Russian nanotechnology company Rosnano.


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