Energy Cooperation on the African Continent
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Energy Cooperation on the African Continent
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S032150750029000-2-1
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Authors
Antonina Seregina 
Occupation: Associate Professor, Department of the World Economy, Diplomatic Academy, Russian Foreign Ministry
Affiliation: Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russian Federation
Address: 53/2, bld. 1, Ostozhenka Str., Moscow, 119021, Russian Federation
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74-81
Abstract

This article studies the African region as one of the most promising areas for the development of multilateral cooperation. Among the reasons for the growing interest of both Russia and other international players in this region are a significant resource base of hydrocarbons, the potential for the development of renewable energy sources, human capital, the vision of the continent as a stronghold for solving geostrategic problems, etc.

The sanctions context opens up new horizons for cooperation in the Russia – Africa format. The author identified key promising areas of Russian-African cooperation in the energy sector, including: the development of joint educational programs and training, ensuring the stability and security of national energy systems, and the creation of regional integration energy systems.

Keywords
cooperation, cooperation in the energy sector, export diversification, Russia, Africa, energy policy, Rus-sian-African cooperation
Received
12.07.2023
Date of publication
19.12.2023
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