April 21, 2017 18:33
Plot of land allocated to build center of large-tonnage offshore structures at Kola Shipyard - Medvedev
MURMANSK. April 21 (Interfax) - Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said that a plot of forested land has been allocated for industrial use for the construction of a center of large-tonnage offshore structures at Kola Shipyard.
"I signed an instruction on the transfer of forested land, and this is within the remit of the Russian government, into land for industrial use for the location of the center of large-tonnage offshore structures at the Novatek group's Kola Shipyard," he said at a conference on major transport infrastructure projects in the North.
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