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New terminal of Tolmachevo Airport to be built in two stages
29-08-2018, 22:58
The construction of a new terminal at Tolmachevo Airport located in the Russian city of Novosibirsk will be carried out in two stages, the airport's general director Yevgeny Yankilevich said at the 2018 Technoprom forum on Wednesday.
German Uniper may withdraw from Nord Stream 2 project
29-08-2018, 21:55
The German company Uniper, which is one of Gazprom's European partners taking part in the Nord Stream 2 construction, may abandon the project in case the United States impose sanctions, TASS reports on Wednesday.
Who are Russia’s competitors in India’s nuclear energy market
28-08-2018, 20:33
Almost ten years have passed since the end of India's nuclear isolation and the conclusion of a nuclear agreement with the United States, but to date, only one NPP project has been implemented in partnership with a foreign country - and this is Russia, Nuclear Asia says.
Electricity was cut on World Cup stadium in Russia
28-08-2018, 19:42
On Tuesday, one of the Russian stadiums built for the 2018 World Cup was cut off from electricity because of unpaid bills, despite President Putin's statement that such facilities must continue to be exploited, Euronews reported.
Russian Gazprom Neft completes construction of its plant in Iraq
27-08-2018, 23:05
Gazprom Neft Badra, a subsidiary of the Russian oil company Gazprom Neft, has put into operation the second line of the complex gas processing plant with a capacity of 800 million cubic meters per year at the Badra field in Iraq, the company reports on Monday.
The Soviet classics: design as education
26-08-2018, 23:48
We continue with the topic of Soviet classics, which we started to consider in a piece titled “What the deceased empire’s architecture is singing about”. In the first part, we talked about the architecture of the 1940s-1950s, which is commonly referred to as Stalin’s architecture. Today we will try to understand what the public and private spaces of that time were like. Our interlocutor is the architectural historian, the docent at Moscow State University of Civil Engineering (MSUCE), and the secretary-general of DOCOMOMO Russia, Nikolay Vasiliev.

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