The Canadian Ambassador to Russia, Rodney Irwin, arrives on Wednesday in Khabarovsk (Russian Far East) for a two-day visit. As RIA Novosti was told by a spokesman for the Canadian Embassy in Moscow, Rodney Irwin will take part in opening in that city the first demonstration Canadian House in Russia. This house has been built under the project, partially financed by the Canadian International Development Agency in the context of the 10.000 Canadian Houses in Russia Program with the support of the Canadian and Russian governments. The aim of this program, said the spokesman for the Canadian Embassy, is to develop the construction of housing in Russian regions, which would be available and which would save energy and heat resources, with the use of Canadian building materials, finishing agents, equipment and technology. Khabarovsk is the last city in the ambassador's tour of the Russian Far East in the context of which he visited Vladivostok in which he opened the first office of the Canadian Honorary Consul in the Russian Federation.
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