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Путин Владимир
Vladimir Putin
President of the Russian Federation
Quotes
25.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Russia–Japan
e took a keen interest in Japanese Prime Minister Abe’s initiatives on developing Russian-Japanese relations in eight priority fields, and have already proposed an 80-project plan on its basis. Some of these projects have already kicked off
25.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Russia–Japan
The volume of Japan’s investments – it is currently fairly modest, let us say, around two billion dollars overall – in the Russian economy, as well as the volume of trade – which is also modest so far in view of our potential, something like 18 billion dollars as of last year – all that can be increased many times over,
25.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Russia–Japan
Japan is undoubtedly one of our priority partners when it comes to cooperation in the Asia-Pacific region. And not just in Asia. We would like our relations with Japan to acquire global dimension
25.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Plenary Session
Improving the environment is critical, and will be another of Russia's contributions to resolving global environmental issues
25.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Plenary Session
We need to improve the lives of our people, to reduce the number of people living below the poverty line, and to raise the main indicator of welfare, life expectancy. All these tasks are absolutely solvable, but, of course, we need favourable external conditions
25.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Plenary Session
Each country has its own national priorities and its own interests. We will certainly strive to attain our national interests. What are they, today and in the near future? First of all, internal development. We need to ensure the growth of labour productivity in our economy, create an attractive environment for investment, because without investment, it is impossible to meet another important goal – to diversify our economy
25.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Plenary Session
We launched a whole series of projects to support and promote talented and goal-oriented schoolchildren and students, as well as established professionals, and also projects to expand the mentoring movement.To make this work part of the system, an autonomous non-profit organisation, Russia – Land of Opportunity, is being created. <…>We will expand the space of freedom.<…>We will seek to create a business climate for operating in Russia that would meet the highest standards
25.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Plenary Session
We will continue to modernise our economy and create modern jobs, to support wage growth, and to make our healthcare and education systems among the world’s best. We plan to use best practices in planning our cities and villages, organising comfortable spaces for life, work, and recreation, to significantly boost housing construction and to make housing affordable primarily for middle-income households and families with children. Improving the environment is critical
25.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Plenary Session
The system of multilateral cooperation that was built for decades is being crudely destroyed instead of undergoing natural and needed evolution. Violating rules is becoming a rule. Open markets and fair competition are gradually replaced by all kinds of exemptions, restrictions and sanctions.<…>The stability of business ties is undermined. Disintegration processes are gaining in strength. Forms of multilateral cooperation are devalued and the efficiency of international institutions and agreements is reduced
25.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Plenary Session
For a technological breakthrough, and in order to be competitive in today's dynamic world, we must be receptive to innovative ideas and technologies that make a difference in people's lives and determine the future of the country and the world. We adopted a major comprehensive digital development programme which will be among our priorities for the coming years
25.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Plenary Session
We cannot be satisfied with the level and nature of Russia-US relations. We are ready for this dialogue. Mr Trump suggested having a meeting specifically on the issue. <…>We have not had a chance to have it yet.<…>However, we are ready to have a substantive dialogue.<…>Donald has expressed concern over a potential new arms race and I fully agree with him
25.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Plenary Session
If we want our actions to be predictable, we must comply with common rules. Unilateral actions lead to a dead-end and are always counterproductive. This is why everyone, all parties to this process must talk with each other openly and look for solutions
25.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Plenary Session
Everyone pretends to be playing football, while actually following the rules of judo. What an interesting game that is: not at all football, and not judo either, just chaos. <…>Since the sanctions truncheon<…>is increasingly used against many, not only Russia. <…>We were able to find a way through, and have even gone further by strengthening our economy somewhat
25.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Plenary Session
We are facing a new kind of protectionism. What is the purpose of all these far-fetched pretexts and references to national security interests? Their purpose is to suppress competition and extort concessions. The spiral of sanctions and restrictions is only widening, harming more and more countries and companies, including those that never expected to face any trade restrictions or problems of this kind. Arbitrary action and lack of control inevitably create a temptation to use restrictions more and more at a much broader scale and in any circumstances
25.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Russia–France
Russia–France relations are developing despite difficulties. We are pleased to note that last year our trade grew by 16.5 percent. In January–March it increased by another 25 percent,
25.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Russia–France
Some foreign funds have taken an unprecedented step. They automatically co-invest with our direct investment fund. They do it by default, in any project: wherever the Russian Direct Investment Fund invests, our foreign partners immediately do the same, because they trust their Russian partners
25.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Russia–France
The aggregate amount of Russian investment in the French economy stands at about USD 3 billion, while French investment in Russia is about USD 15 billion. Not much. One Finnish company invests six billion, and the whole of France just 15. How is this normal?