Our goal is not moving away from the dollar – the dollar is moving away from us, and those who take measures (sanctions) are shooting themselves not just in the foot, but slightly higher, because such instability in calculations in dollars creates a desire of many global economies to find alternative reserve currencies and create settlement systems independent of the dollar, It’s not only us, trust me. We can see what’s happening in the world. Look at how the gold and foreign-exchange reserves of the USA’s closest allies and other countries are shrinking. Dollar assets are shrinking. Have a look at reports of the biggest holders of dollar assets. This is the result of the policy of imposing sanctions in relation with using dollars. I think that sooner or later, awareness about this will come, but nowadays the world is faced with certain economic situation there will be a search for alternative ways of calculations and reserve savings. We are also doing it like many other countries. The market is more complicated for certain products, homogenous products, like oil, for example. But, anyway, when people think about certain problems they will find a solution to them. For example, in our trade with Eurasian Economic Union countries, 70% of our export is in rubles, and 30% of import. Russia is working with key trade partners on setting up payment systems independent from the SWIFT network. We are working on ensuring the exchange of goods. I just had a talk with the president of Turkey, with your statesman, half an hour ago. We discussed some concrete issues but I will mention our deal in the field of Turkey purchasing S-400. We understand that if we do a transaction in dollars, it will not go through. We worked an alternative solution and the deal is done anyway. And this will be the way forward for all products. I found the example that everyone is talking about but it will be the same for other products. Therefore, we don’t have a goal of abandoning the dollar, we are forced to do it. And I assure you we will do this. However, this is not because our government wants to do it. We just don’t want to take sudden moves that will harm us. In order to make the global economy more sustainable and predictable, and to make settlements more efficient and reliable, we will, of course, have to find alternative paths.