• 18 MARZO Meeting with the Minister of Transport of the Republic of Guinea
    On March 18, 2021, the Minister of Transport of the Republic of Guinea Mr. Mohamed Keita with a delegation visited the main office of Foreign Trade Company ALLWE to hold negotiations to expand cooperation with Russia on projects of transport infrastructure in Guinea.

    At the meeting were discussed the following matters: current and perspective states of the bilateral cooperation development of a number of projects, such as the reconstruction of railways, the aircraft operations, upgrading the radar flight control tower systems, and export supplies of machine-building products of Russian industrial enterprises.

    In the framework of a roadmap have been developed algorithms for interaction between working groups of the parties in the topics of financing and investing in joint projects with the participation of the largest Russian and African banks.

    This meeting is the event of the complex program of cooperation development of the company and African countries, such as Angola, Egypt, Djibouti, Nigeria, Mozambique, South Africa.

  • 17 febrero Conference "Arctic: Solutions to Sustainable Development Problems"
    On February 17, 2021 President of the Company B.I. Skripnik took part in an international conference "The Arctic: Solving Sustainable Development Problems". Leading scientists and experts, representatives of state authorities, international and national public organizations, administrations of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation, and the business community took part in the discussion of topical issues. The organizers of the conference are the Free Economic Society of Russia (VEO Russia), the Scientific Council of the Russian Academy of Sciences for the Study of the Arctic and Antarctic, the International Union of Economists (ITU) with the participation of the UN Information Center in Moscow.

    It is extremely important for ALLWE to integrate into the strategy of foreign economic international activities of Russian enterprises and their partners abroad the prospects for the development of deposits of strategic metals, gold and diamonds (14% of world nickel production, 41% of palladium, 85% of Russian gas, development and production of mineral fertilizers), and development of the Northern Sea Transit Corridor.

    Long-term cooperation with members of the Murmanshelf Association of Arctic Projects Contractors allows in practice to implement a number of promising areas of sustainable development.

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