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Russia, Venezuela sign co-op agreements
27.11.2008 13:28
Russia, Venezuela sign co-op agreements

Russian and Venezuelan presidents met in Caracas to sign a whole package of agreements including on nuclear energy projects for civil needs, air communication, and visa-free travel.
      Military co-operation was high on the agenda of talks. The meeting produced agreements to promote the development of nuclear energy for civilian use, and set up a joint bank and use national currencies roubles and bolivars in mutual accounts.
      The presidents emphasized the growing bilateral trade, which exceeded one billion dollars last year. The countries also are to pursue joint gas projects.


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