An employee wears a helmet with the Rosneft logo at the Achinsk refinery in the Krasnoyarsk region, Russia July 23, 2018. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin
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Qatar is looking for more investment opportunities in Russia to capitalize on "huge" growth potential and is fully satisfied with its purchase of around a fifth of Russian state oil producer Rosneft PJSC, the Gulf state's ambassador in Moscow said.The sovereign wealth fund now owns 18.93 percent of Rosneft, making it the third-largest shareholder after the Russian state, which holds 50 percent, and U.K. oil major BP PLC with 19.75 percent.QIA in 2013 bought a $500 million stake in Russian state-owned VTB bank and controls 25 percent in the operator of St. Petersburg's Pulkovo airport as part of planned $2 billion of investments via a joint venture with the Russian Direct Investment Fund.
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