Representative of Russia attended the first international meeting of energy women
BUENOS AIRES, March 11 – RIA Novosti. According to the Russian embassy in Venezuela, the first international meeting of energy women was held in Caracas, and a representative from Russia also attended.
“The issue of the energy crisis and the impact of sanctions on the fuel and energy complex and the Russian economy was brought up at the first international meeting of women in the energy sector in Venezuela. Director of the Moscow School of Management Energy Center Skolkovo Irina Gaida, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Women in Energy of Russia, video conference He spoke in style.”
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Gaida talked about the causes of the global energy crisis, the impact of Western sanctions on the fuel and energy complex and the Russian economy.
According to the diplomatic mission, “Russia’s role in the energy sector has always been one of the leading ones: the energy market is truly global and cannot function without Russia.”
The speech of the Russian woman aroused great interest among the participants of the event, including the members of the National Assembly, representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Petroleum Affairs of Venezuela, and members of the board of directors of the Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA. professors and industry experts.
Patrushev appreciated the interaction between Russia and Venezuela
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