Russia Far East region offers Japan to take part in energy projects

Aug 30, 1999 02:00 AM

Russia's Far Eastern Khabarovsk territory offers Japan's companies to take part in several energy projects to laid before potential partners by territorial governor Viktor Ishayev. He will attend a meeting of the Russian-Japanese inter-governmental co-operation commission in Tokyo on September 1.
The Russian delegation to the meeting will be led by First Deputy Prime Minister Viktor Khristenko, who co-chairs it on the Russian side. Ishayev told before to leave for Tokyo that major investment projects are construction of Sakhalin-Komsomolsk-on-Amur-Khaba rovsk gas pipeline, expansion of capacities of Khabarovsk's heat and power stations and switching several heat and power stations in the Amur region to new fuels.
Ship-building and other investment projects could prove attractive for Japanese business, Ishayev said. He said a co-operation conference due in Khabarovsk in September could give momentum to Russian-Japanese contacts at the regional level.

Source: Itar-Tassvia Newspage
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