A delegation of Canadian businessmen have concluded a 3-day trip to Sakhalin. Head of the mission Giles Couturier, councillor for trade of the Canadian embassy in Russia, said at Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk airport on Thursday that their stay in Sakhalin was resultful and gave rise to hope. The RIA Novosti correspondent reports that Couturier noted that for Canadian business the trip would become an impetus for Canadian business to more active participation in the implementation of international oil and gas projects on the Russian island's shelf. The Canadian delegation, which included representatives of eight construction, servicing, fishing and industrial companies, as well as companies offering legal support to oil and gas deposits, held a series of negotiations on Sakhalin on cooperation connected with international Sakhalin projects. The mission held a round-table business conference discussing problems of cooperation in the oil and gas sector and the creation of an infrastructure within the framework of the Sakhalin-1 and Sakhalin-2 shelf projects.
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