Saturday, October 31, 2020
Russia’s biggest gateway, the Sheremetyevo International Airport has won the approval to reconstruct its northern Terminal C, thus reaching another development milestone. The engineering design of the new terminal complex received the green light from Russia’s state authority for the project’s supervision, Glavgosexpertiza, Russian Aviation Insider reports. Terminal C will process international...
Russia’s national postal operator Russian Post has approved its development strategy, which plans about 68 billion rubles ($1.1 billion) to be allocated for the upgrade of offices in 2020-2030, the company said this week, according to Finmarket. "The approved development strategy of the Russian Post for the period of 2020-2030...
Russian state-run railway operator Russian Railways has said it will significantly expand its freight business between Japan and Europe via the Trans-Siberian Railway, Nikkei reports. The company is targeting a 100-fold increase in the number of containers it carries annually across Asia to Europe to 300,000 twenty-foot equivalent units, from about...
Ukraine’s Ministry of Economic Development and Trade lifted sanctions against the Russian coal supplier Yuzhtrans. The relevant order of December 28, 2017, was published in the electronic database of the ministry’s documents, Russian Tass agency reported. Ukraine introduced sanctions against 18 Russian companies on October 30, 2017, including Yuzhtrans. The...
Officials in Moscow have approved a new 404 meter (1,325 feet) skyscraper in the Russian capital, which will become the city's tallest building, CNN reports. The impresive superstructure, designed by Sergey Skuratov Architects will be a part of the Moscow City commercial district. The still unnamed structure will be...
Construction companies from Belarus are keen to take part in local government tenders for projects in Russia’s Nizhny Novgorod Region, SB.by writes. A delegation of Belarusian construction, design, engineering, and road construction companies led by Head of the Foreign Economic Activities Department of the Architecture and Construction Ministry Aleksei Shilo...
For more than 25 years, Omsk, one of Russia’s largest cities, located deep in Siberia, has had an ongoing project to build a subway to serve its more than 1 million residents. After spending billions of rubles over that period, engineers have almost nothing to show for their efforts: one...
Security agents in Poland have arrested a government official on suspicion of providing Russia with secrets about tactics Warsaw planned to use to try to block the construction of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, the Polish government said on Monday. Stanislaw Zaryn, spokesman for the minister responsible for the...
Construction of the 462-meter Lakhta Center skyscraper in St. Petersburg officially came to a close last week when city authorities announced that they had included the building into Russia’s property register, six years after the start of construction, Sankt Petersburg TV reported. Located in the northern part of Russia’s second-largest city,...
Russia has demanded compensation from the United States through the World trade Organization (WTO) for Washington’s decision to impose global tariffs on steel and aluminium, Reuters reported. A WTO statement, circulated at the request of Moscow, describes Donald Trump administration's decision as a "safeguard measure" that under WTO rules should...