Angelina Timofeeva. France, Italy and the United States actively occupy the market of the Russian Federation, despite the introduction of punishment, and at the same time the trade turnover between Russia and Germany continues to decline, according to a petition authorized business Federal state of Germany Baden-w?rttemberg yesterday's visit to the capital of Russia.
A delegation of 16 businessmen headed by the honorary Consul of the Russian Federation in Baden-w?rttemberg Klaus Mangold will visit Moscow on November 10-11. The trip will take place at the invitation of the head of the Ministry of economic development Alexei Ulyukayev. The delegates will also hold a meeting with Kaluga region Governor Anatoly Artamonov and numerous Russian colleagues.
"The trip emphasizes the importance of negotiations, most importantly, in the field of Economics to re-run the important economic Relationships between Russia, Germany and Baden-w?rttemberg. This is needed as never before: German Exports to Russia decreased from the beginning of 2015 until the autumn of current year at 31%. The exports from Baden-w?rttemberg to Russia in the same period decreased by 24%. On the contrary, other countries have increased their market share. For example, France and Italy but also the United States, that is remarkable, because all mentioned countries are also affected by the sanctions ", - reported in circulation.
punishment of the EU and the Russian embargo on agricultural products, officially will not be the subject of negotiations, it is reported in circulation. However, Delegates have plans " again to advocate for the reduction measures in the EU, the most important thing about export payment ".
Relations between Russia and the West deteriorated in connection with the situation in Ukraine. At the end of July 2014, the EU and the United States from a point penalties against certain individuals and organizations have moved to the measures against entire sectors of the Russian economy, for example, military industry and high technology.
the foreign Minister of the EU countries on 22 June, have extended the economic sanctions against Russia until 31 January 2016, approving appropriate amendments to the EU sectoral restrictive measures concerning Russia. The decision came into force on 23 June.