Russia and the Czech Republic will sign 13 documents on cooperation in economic matters for a total sum of about $20 billion as the result of the visit of the Czech delegation, stated President of the Czech Republic Miloš Zeman after talks with President Vladimir Putin, TASS news agency reports.
“As for specific agreements, fundamental agreements, ten of them will be signed in Moscow and three more in Yekaterinburg. The total amount of the signed agreements will come to $20 billion” said Zeman.
As noted by Zeman, the Czech delegation included 140 entrepreneurs. He recalled that during his visit to France, he was accompanied by only 14 businessmen. “From this we can conclude that Russia is 10 times more important to us,” the Czech president said.
According to him, the Czech Republic is interested not only in the development of economic cooperation with Russia, but also in increasing the number of tourists from the Russian Federation.
In October, Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman called into question the mental health of the president of the Czech Republic.