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Russian President Vladimir Putin briefed his G-8 colleagues on the situation in Russia
Russian President Vladimir Putin briefed his G-8 colleagues on the situation in Russia. "The Russian president gave a detailed picture of the economic situation in Russia, noting increasing mutual dependence of the Russian and world economies and underlining that the Russian economy was open and would continue to be open, including its the energy sector," a source in the Russian delegation told reporters. The president empathized that the claims that Russia was on the way towards closing its economy were nothing but speculations. "Vladimir Putin was talking about increasing foreign investments, noting that Russia would continue to be interested in these investments. At the same time, he noted that it was necessity to protect Russian interests and observe Russian laws when investing in the Russian economy," the official said. Putin informed his colleagues about record indicators of Russian market growth, noting that positive trends were expected to prevail this year. All the participants in the morning session underscored the positive development of the world economy with the understanding that there was certain imbalance to be corrected. Putin noted that developed countries had an increasing shortage of funds, Russia ranked third in the world in terms of reserves and investments abroad. The G-8 leader discussed at the morning session issues of global economy. "This discussion also included climate changes," the Russian official said. Putin spoke on all items on the agenda, he said. During the discussion of climate problems, Putin called for joint actions after 2012, when the Kyoto protocol would expire. He noted that these actions should involve other countries, the largest emitters of carbon dioxide.
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