Georgy Muradov, Permanent Representative of Crimea to the Russian Presidency, revealed that the Crimean ports could become the main southern sea gates for Russia as part of the development of trade and economic relations with Syria.
The ports of Crimea are ready to become the main southern sea gates for Russia as part of the development of trade and economic relations with Syria. Crimea is open to the supply of marketable products to Syria without fear of any sanctions.”
He also added, “Representatives of other Russian regions can trade with Syria through Crimea without the risk of sanctions.”
The permanent delegate stressed that a joint trading house has already been established between Crimea and Syria, its first branch in Russia and the other in Syria.
“We are now working to increase trade with Syria,” Muradov emphasized.
A government delegation from Syria is on a two-day visit to the Crimea. A meeting of the Joint Working Group on Trade and Economic Cooperation is scheduled for Tuesday