Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected to sign six documents concerning bilateral economic cooperation, in Poland. According to Sergei Prikhodko, the deputy head of the Russian Presidential Administration, one of the documents will deal with bilateral cooperation in the sphere of tourism. In addition, the two heads of state will attend a signing ceremony of two regional agreements, namely between the Pskov region of Russia and the Lubuskie voivodship of Poland, as well as of the one between the Kaliningrad region, the Russian Western conclave, and the Pomorskie voivodship. Other documents will concern the issues of producing Polish buses in the Kaliningrad region, of cooperation between the Russian Vneshtorgbank and the Polish bank for the development of food industry and between the Russian Commerce and Industry Chamber and the Polish Chamber of Commerce. According to the RIA Novosti data, the signing ceremony is likely to take place in the city of Poznan on January 17th. Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Polish counterpart Alexander Kwasniewski will arrive in the city to take part in the 2nd Poland-Russia Economic Forum.
First and foremost, it goes about the replacement of the French-Russian SaM146 engine with the Russian PD-8 aircraft engine