PARIS (Reuters) - Russia has no plans to switch its euro-denominated foreign exchange reserves into other currencies, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said on Tuesday during a visit to Paris.
"We have no intention of reallocating them ... Despite the problems (in the euro zone ) we think it will get better," Medvedev told a news conference.
Russia has signaled in the past that it could be willing to diversify its forex reserves by adding other currencies such as the Australian dollar.
(Reporting By John Irish; Writing by Vicky Buffery)
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