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World Bank - Russian Federation | Knowledge Exchange Program 2021-2024. Leveraging Russia’s potential as a global development partner

Throughout the 30 years of partnership between the World Bank Group and the Russian Federation, knowledge sharing has been an important aspect of support to the country and the demand for the World Bank’s advisory services and analytics across an array of sectors and themes has remained high. The proposed Knowledge Exchange Program represents a new phase in the relationships between the World Bank and the Russian Federation. It reflects the country’s development achievements, remaining challenges, and aspirations, while also aligning with the World Bank Group’s approach to middle-income and high- income clients. It builds on Russia’s contributions as a donor and proposes to support its efforts to contribute more, and in a systematic way, to the regional and global public goods agenda.

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  • World Bank - Russian Federation | Knowledge Exchange Program 2021-2024. Leveraging Russia’s potential as a global development partner

  • 6/18/2021 09:54:00 AM

  • 6/18/2021 09:54:00 AM

  • Renaud Seligmann

  • Brief (BRI)

  • English

  • Russian Federation

  • Europe and Central Asia (ECA)

  • Throughout the 30 years of partnership between the World Bank Group and the Russian Federation, knowledge sharing has been an important aspect of support to the country and the demand for the World Bank’s advisory services and analytics across an array of sectors and themes has remained high. The proposed Knowledge Exchange Program represents a new phase in the relationships between the World Bank and the Russian Federation. It reflects the country’s development achievements, remaining challenges, and aspirations, while also aligning with the World Bank Group’s approach to middle-income and high- income clients. It builds on Russia’s contributions as a donor and proposes to support its efforts to contribute more, and in a systematic way, to the regional and global public goods agenda.