Russia, France sign several bilateral documents

The Russian and French prime ministers have signed the final document of the 17th ministerial session of the Russian-French commission for bilateral cooperation.

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, who is on a working trip to Pairs, took part in the Russian-French commission's session, and he and his French counterpart Jean-Marc Ayrault signed a joint document summing up the session's outcomes.

The two countries also signed a statement of intent regarding Russian-French cultural cooperation and an agreement between the two governments on allocating new buildings for the French lyceum in Moscow.

The two governments also signed a memorandum on training administrators for Russian and French business organizations and a memorandum on mutual understanding between the Russian Association of Venture Capitals and the French Private Equity Association (AFIC).

The Teplocom holding's management company and the company Itron France also signed a cooperation agreement.

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