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Russian and Czech Prime Ministers signed an intergovernmental agreement
Russian and Czech Prime Ministers Mikhail Fradkov and Jiri Paroubek signed an intergovernmental agreement on economic, industrial and scientific-technical cooperation in Moscow on Thursday. The signing of this agreement resumed the work of the Russian-Czech intergovernmental commission, Fradkov told journalists. According to him, this document gives additional possibilities of promoting bilateral cooperation. The Russian premier pointed out a high level of the political and economic dialogue and economic potential with the Czech Republic. "Our trade turnover grew by 20% as compared to 2004 and this is a positive move. But we can increase it even more," Fradkov said. The Czech Republic's membership in the European Union will help it, he added. Licensing issues in the military-industrial sphere were discussed today and will be the focus of Russian-Czech serious talks in the future, Fradkov said. Paroubek said, in turn, that military-technical cooperation would be discussed tonight. According to him, "the agreement which was signed today will promote the solution of this problem."
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