In her opinion, in view of Russia's joining the World Trade Organization, the country should not only know its commitments but also formulate its interests.
"We are aware of our commitments when entering the WTO. But we should formulate our interest on foreign markets. What we want to get," Ms. Danilova said.
In her words, the banking community should clarify what obstacles Russian banks are faced with on foreign markets. "We used to be defenders, now we are becoming forwards," Ms. Danilova said.