Rustam Minnikhanov meets with Thuringia Prime Minister
17 October 2013, Thursday
On October 17 during his working trip to Germany Tatarstan President Rustam Minnikhanov met with Thuringia Prime Minister Ms Christine Lieberknecht in Erfurt.
Ms Prime Minister welcomed Tatarstan delegation and noted great interest displayed by local businessmen and public organisations towards the visit. She added that all spheres of potential cooperation between Tatarstan and Thuringia, such as education, agricultural industry, construction, petrochemistry, are developing. She hoped that during the forum that will be held on October 18 Tatarstan and Thuringia partners will agree on new joint projects.
Rustam Minnikhanov, in his turn, thanked Ms Lieberknecht for invitation to visit Thuringia and opportunity to present Tatarstan economic and investment potential.
Rustam Minnikhanov noted that Tatarstan is one of rapidly developing and investment-attractive regions in Russia. He confirmed that there are good opportunities for developing cooperation between Tatarstan and Thuringia.
Summing up, the parties agreed on return visit of Thuringia delegation to Tatarstan.
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