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Bolivia and Russia ready for high-level meeting in July

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Staff Writer | March 11, 2019
Bolivia and Russia set the agenda for the meeting between presidents Evo Morales and Vladimir Putin, scheduled for July in Moscow, along with a folder of documents on projects of common interest.
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LatAm   Issues of commercial cooperation and technological exchange stand out
"We are working on several projects and issues of mutual interest for the agenda of the two presidents," said Ambassador Vladimir Sprinchan.

The diplomat pointed out that issues of commercial cooperation and technological exchange stand out, basically.

He also referred to the parties' interest in strengthening parliamentary collaboration with regular visits and meetings between Russian and Bolivian MPs with a view to the integration and development of the two countries, the source said.

The Russian ambassador discussed these issues with the Heads of the Senate and Chamber of Deputies, Adriana Salvatierra and Victor Borda, respectively.

Russian government phytosanitary services recently inspected slaughterhouses, slaughterhouses and beef processing centers to certify the quality of Bolivian products for sale on the Russian market in the coming months.

Russia's specialists from the Rosatom agency are also participating in the construction of the Center for Research and Development in Nuclear Technology, in El Alto, La Paz department.