Rensol Recruitment is invited to be part of the business delegation with President Duterte in his trip to Russia from October 1 to 5. After joining the business meetings of the 2nd Philippine-Russia Joint Commission for Trade and Economic Cooperation (PH-RU JCTEC) last August, Arnold Mamaclay, CEO of Rensol Recruitment, is in Russia anew together with business leaders from more than 150 Philippine private companies as part of the business contingent of the President’s visit.
The business delegation will meet their Russian counterparts in the goal of expanding economic cooperation between Russian and the Philippines.
President Rodrigo Duterte is scheduled to meet the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin during his second visit to the Country. The President is also scheduled to speak at the Valdai Forum, one of the most prominent think tanks and international discussion club in Russia. According to Foreign Affairs Assistant Secretary Amelita Aquino in a Malacañang briefing, President Duterte will speak at the international forum in Sochi with the theme “The World Order Seen from the East.”
During the meeting with President Putin, President Duterte is set to discuss the state of the Philippines-Russia bilateral relations and how both sides can further enhance and expand our cooperation in various areas. They will also exchange views on regional and global developments and other issues.
Secretary Ramon Lopez of DTI is optimistic that the bilateral relationship between the two countries would drive investment. Rensol remains enthusiastic in cultivating more business with Russian companies. In the aim of providing more job opportunities for Filipinos with the guarantee of non-collection of fees from the applicants, Rensol continues its momentum in deploying Filipino talents in big construction and oil & gas projects in Russia.