Voskresensky made this statement in a televised interview after meeting Hiroshi Watanabe, head of the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC), the export credit agency of the country's government.
"The head of the [JBIC] bank made it clear that this [investment opportunity] also concerns Russia and especially its Far East. Any interesting projects are eligible to claim the funds," Voskresensky told Rossiya-24 TV channel.
In May, Japan revealed its initiative to allocate $110 billion to infrastructure projects in Asia, inspired by the China's Silk Road project and the Asian Infrastructure and Investment Bank (AIIB).
Around $20 billion in investment funds will be allocated through Japanese financial agencies, including JBIC. In September, the bank announced that it would funnel $100 million in aid to develop the infrastructure of Russia's Vostochny Port on the Sea of Japan.