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    Russia considers Asian countries as its major partners in the current geopolitical situation. For instance, China plays a key role in Russian-Asian collaboration. Russia and China signed about 17 agreements during the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Beijing on 10-11 November 2014. Some of them include:

    Framework agreement between Gazprom and China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) on gas delivery from Russia to China using the Western Altai route;

    Framework agreement between Rosneft and China National Oil & Gas Exploration and Development Corporation (CNPC subsidiary) on the purchase of an 10% share stake of Vankorneft;

    Agreement between Russian state bank Vnesheconombank (VEB)’s subsidiary VEB Asia and China Finance Strategies Investment Holdings Limited (CFS) on setting up a USD 1 billion fund;

    Accord between Russia’s Sberbank and Export-Import Bank of China regarding credit lines and purchasing loans;

    • Agreement between Russia’s power generation company TGK-2 and Huadian Corporation on energy investment projects in Russia’s northern Arkhangelsk Region;

    • Agreement between RusHydro and Sanxia "Three Gorges” on the funding, construction and operation of hydroelectric power plants in Russia’s Far East. 

    As part of President Putin’s official visit to New Delhi on 11 December 2014, the following agreements between Russia and India were signed:


    Agreement on the construction of a second line of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant and building more than 20 nuclear units in India;

    • Provision between Russia’s Rosatom and the Indian Department of Atomic Energy on non-disclosure of technical data and confidential information within the framework of cooperation on peaceful uses of nuclear energy;

    Deal between Russia’s Rosneft and India’s Essar for supply of 10 million tonnes of oil a year;

    Memorandum of understanding between the Quality Council of India and Federal Accreditation Service of the Russian Federation on technical cooperation on accreditation;

    Protocol for consultations between the Indian Ministry of External Affairs and Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia for the period 2015-2016;

    Agreement for Training of Indian Armed Forces Personnel in the Military Educational Establishments of the Defence Ministry of the Russian Federation;

    Memorandum of understanding between news agencies PTI and TASS;


    Memorandum of understanding between TATA Power and Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF).
    Turkey’s BOTAS and Gazprom have signed a he memorandum on the construction of a new gas pipeline running through the Black Sea with a capacity for 63 billion cubic metres a year.


    Argentina and Russia have signed documents on cooperation during the official visit of Russia’s President Putin to several Latin American countries:

    Intergovernmental agreement on cooperation in using of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes;

    Intergovernmental agreement on cooperation in the field of mass communications;

    Interstate treaty on mutual legal assistance on criminal cases, an interstate treaty on transfer of persons sentenced to imprisonment and an extradition treaty.

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