26.04.2017
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“Vice-Admiral Kulakov” returned from Syria to Severomorsk

14.12.16

The main base of the Northern Fleet met back the major anti-submarine ship “Vice-Admiral Kulakov” that returned from Syria.

“The wide range of objectives and smooth navigation in the demanding navigational situation sustained the professional competence of the crew. This long-distance voyage proved to be a good practice and a valuable experience that will be used for training of other surface vessels’ personnel,” said the Navy Chief Commander Nikolay Yevmenov.

“Kulakov” fulfilled its objectives in the Mediterranean being a part of the aircraft capable ships headed by the aircraft carrier “Admiral Kuznetsov”. In November 2016 “Kuznetsov” rescued a Ukrainian vessel in distress by towing it off at a 140 miles distance.

The long-distance voyage was 60 days long and became the third one for “Kulakov” this year. Totally the crew spent 9 months (265 days) offshore. Part of the crew of “Vice-Admiral Kulakov” shall be honored with state and ministerial awards in recognition of their achievements. 

We shall remind that in February 2017 the heavy aircraft carrier “Admiral Kuznetsov” will return to the main base of the Northern Fleet in Severomorsk. Now as part of a ships group it sails off the coast of Syria in the frames of military operation against militant islamists.


24.04.17

Government lacks 48 bln rubles for the Murmansk Transport Hub completion

The State intends to complete the construction of the Murmansk Transport Hub according to private-public partnership that implies enticement of investors, reported the Minister of Transport Maxim Sokolov at the meeting in Murmansk. “Theonlyopportunityforustokeeptheprojectsalive (…) isprivate-publicpartnership. I’m also convinced that we should use this

21.04.17

A 1.5 bln waste treatment plant to be built in the region by the end of 2017

Waste reloading stations in Severomorsk, Aleksandrovsk, Zaozersk and Ura-Bay, a disposal site and a waste treatment plant in Murmansk will be commissioned by the end of this year, told SeverPost Deputy Director of “Waste Treatment” Murmansk subsidiary Vitaliy Izmailov.   “Each year the disposal site will receive 250 tons of waste of 4 and 5 hazard

20.04.17

The first patrol ice-breaker laid down in Saint-Petersburg

The first patrol ice-breaker “Ivan Papanin” (project 23550) built under the order of the RF Navy was laid down on April, 19 at the Admiralty Shipyards, informed the press-service of the enterprise.   In 2016 the RF Ministry of Defense ordered the Admiralty Shipyards to build two ice-class patrol ice-breakers (project 23550) that should be handed over to the

12.04.17

Zello users from Murmansk appeal to Roskomnadzor

Users of Zello application (channel “Murmansk-51”) appeal to the Head of the Federal Supervision Agency for Information Technologies and Communications (Roskomnadzor) requesting not to close the application. We, the users of Zello channel “Murmansk-51” and residents of different cities, ask you not to close the ZELLO application on the territory of

07.04.17

New quotas and terms of salmon fishing announced in the Murmansk region

In 2017 Murmansk region may catch 95 tons of Atlantic salmon and 330 tons of pink salmon, reports the press-service of the Murmansk Regional Government referring to the Polar Research Institute of Marine Fishery and Oceanography. “Out of these volumes 1.88 tons are earmarked for scientific-research purposes, 2.515 ton for breeding and 1 ton for traditional activities of

29.03.17

Nornickel opens upgraded Murmansk Transshipment terminal

Nornickel finished the upgrading of the second berth of its Murmansk Transport Division Today. The second project phase will enable the terminal to work at full capacity and almost double its cargo traffic, from 780,000 tonnes to 1.5 million tonnes per year. Storage capacity is 100,000 square meters. The berths are equipped with gantry cranes with a lifting capacity of

29.03.17

Anti-corruption picket joined by 110 participants

According to the official data of the Murmansk regional Police, the anti-corruption public campaign was joined by 110 participants. The picket to support the investigation of Aleksey Navalny’s was held peacefully unlike other Russian cities.  “There were 110 picketers. The pictures show more people due to another public cultural activity also held

29.03.17

Dmitry Medvedev to depart for the Arctic from Murmansk

Instead of the RF President Vladimir Putin who should have arrived to Murmansk on the 20th of March, the Murmansk airport expects now Dmitry Medvedev. “It is expected that on the 29th of March the Head of the Government will leave for the Arctic to inspect military facilities on the Franz Josef Land. Visit to Barneo drifting station is not in the schedule,” source

29.03.17

Anti-corruption picket joined by 110 participants

According to the official data of the Murmansk regional Police, the anti-corruption public campaign was joined by 110 participants. The picket to support the investigation of Aleksey Navalny’s was held peacefully unlike other Russian cities.  “There were 110 picketers. The pictures show more people due to another public cultural activity also held

29.03.17

Dmitry Medvedev to depart for the Arctic from Murmansk

nstead of the RF President Vladimir Putin who should have arrived to Murmansk on the 20th of March, the Murmansk airport expects now Dmitry Medvedev. “It is expected that on the 29th of March the Head of the Government will leave for the Arctic to inspect military facilities on the Franz Josef Land. Visit to Barneo drifting station is not in the schedule,” source

17.03.17

Putin to visit Murmansk on March, 20

As SeverPost has been informed in the Murmansk airport, the President is expected to arrive to Murmansk and further proceed to the Arctic with the first tour of Barneo-2017 expedition. Every year the Barneo drifitng station bacomes the Russian research  base in the Arctic. It starts working in April when the conditions are favourable for constructing the camp - the ice

14.03.17

China invests 17 bln rubles into the new Murmansk port

The Chinese holding company Poly International will invest over 17 bln rubles into the construction of Lavna coal terminal on the western coast of the Kola Bay, informs the press-service of the Murmansk regional Government. Being one of the investors of the Lavna coal terminal, Poly International intends to invest $300 million which is around 1/3 of the revenue part of

14.03.17

Persona non grata

Last Wednesday while travelling through Borisoglebsk border crossing point Thomas Nilsen learnt he had been denied entry to Russia for five years. The pro-Russia journalist from Norway was refused entry as the person considered to be a threat to national security. The entry ban that the Barents Observer editor straightly highlighted in his web-outlet has

26.04.2017
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