Russia confirmed its attitude against energy policy of
Premier of Russia, Igor Shuvalov, during his visit to
Tajikistan, confirmed the attitude of the Russian leadership towards
construction of large hydroelectric power stations in the Republic, the agency
reports citing the news agency REGNUM News.
understand that there is a difficult situation in the region. There are various
approaches how to develop hydro resources. We are ready to participate in
development of a power complex in the Central
Asia and we recognize that the interests
of the various states should be balanced. Russia
should not do anything that could bring a certain disbalance
in these relations," I. Shuvalov said at a
briefing after the meeting with the President of Tajikistan, Emomali Rahmon.
ready to participate as a partner investing in hydropower constructions. "Thus, we recognize that the interests should be
balanced and we want that participation of Russia
will bring economic prosperity and political stability in this region. In this
respect, Russia will act as the reliable partner."