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22.10.2019

They want to pay extra for the transportation of goods along the Northern Sea Route

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26.08.2019

Norway wants to check the Russian Northern Sea Route

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23.08.2019

Baltic Shipyard to build two new icebreakers for the Northern Sea Route

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19.08.2019

Dobroflot has expanded the salmon delivery program by the Northern Sea Route

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12.04.2019

The volume of transportation of fish from the Far East on the Northern Sea Route is going to increase to 100 thousand tons per year

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03.10.2018

Polish fish processors want to bring pollock and cod to Europe from Primorye

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16.08.2018

The possibilities of cargo transportation along the Northern Sea Route will be presented at the WEF

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06.03.2018

The level of pressure on business in the Far Eastern Federal District is 2,5 times higher than the Russian average - Trutnev

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06.03.2018

EastRussia Bulletin: The priority of DFO development will be the increase of transport accessibility

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06.12.2017

For the development of the Northern Sea Route it is proposed to create a single project office

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07.11.2017

South Korea plans to build an icebreaker for the development of the Northern Sea Route

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24.10.2017

NOVATEK is planning a marine LNG terminal in Kamchatka with a capacity of up to 20 million tons per year

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08.09.2017

Transport passage to the mainland will become a historic chance for Sakhalin - the governor

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30.06.2017

The development of the Northern Sea Route will be carried out by a specialized organization

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