Georgy Muradov
Georgy Muradov

According to the deputy head of the Crimean government, Georgy Muradov states that China, Turkey and Israel have shown great interests to cooperate with Russia’s Republic of Crimea.

“Turkey, Israel and certain Far Eastern states are showing initiative and wide readiness to cooperate. We will be interacting with everyone,” Muradov said at a Crimean government session.

Muradov also claimed that communications with Chinese corporations, government officials and investors were established earlier by the request of the acting head of the Republic of Crimea. It was noted that the Chinese are partially interested in developing infrastructure in Crimea such as roads, bridges, tunnels, ports, airports, energy/water supply facilities as well as housing and communal services. They also wish to help aid in the development of Crimea’s agricultural sector.

 

 

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