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In Eurostat, the revival of mutual trade is explained by the gradual easing of anti-coronavirus restrictions. “The European economy is recovering, albeit slowly, after a difficult 2020,” says Ivan Kroshny, owner and CEO of Gerchik & Co., a brokerage company.

Recently, the President of the European Central Bank, Christine Lagarde, announced that in the first quarter of 2022, the economic indicators of the EU will return to the dock level.

“If its forecasts come true, production and consumption in Europe will increase. This means that the demand for Russian goods, and above all for energy resources, will continue to grow,” says the source of RIA Novosti.

Great hopes are pinned on the launch of Nord Stream 2. Blue fuel will remain one of the main domestic export goods to the European Union – however, like metals and chemical products.

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