Clearness in power subjects of negotiations ABT Russia`s accession to the World Trade Organization will be brought till the end of the year - MedvedkovClearness in power subjects of negotiations ABT the introduction of Russia into the World Trade Organization will be brought till the end of the year. It has declared on Friday during organised " News " a space bridge Geneva - Moscow the assistant to the head of the ministry of economic development/ MERT/ Maxim Medvedkov.
" In the end of the year it will be already clear, as we will arrive " - he has told. - at negotiations we have decided to carry out the profound analysis of one simple problem - as the requirements shown 2 Russia, correspond with standard obligations at accession to WTO ".
According to Medvedkovo, the legal maintenance of six requirements, the shown WTO 2 Russia now is analyzed.
the deputy minister recognised that on the past the day before consultations on power branch concrete arrangements have not been reached. " ABT a consensus while absolutely early " - he has added.
at the same time, according to Medvedkovo, the position of Russia at negotiations has been heard. " we need time to prepare new offers, - Medvedkov has told. - I think that the position of our partners will change, they have already started to understand critical importance of a power problematics 4 Russia ".
Among other subjects of negotiations of accession to WTO Medvedkov named negotiations on telecommunication branch, agriculture and bank sphere. As the deputy minister has noted, the major problems at these negotiations there are intentions of Russia to reserve the right of granting of monopoly on international and a domestic long distance communication of the company Rostelecom for six years, and also a question on granting to foreign banks of direct access on the Russian market.
" while we about what have not agreed " - Maxim Medvedkov recognised. " More likely negotiations had character of an explanation of our position Y Russia cannot at the given stage to accept those or other requirements of the WTO " - he has noted.