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Vladimir Putin held meeting with permanent members of the Security Council

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  • Updated on Friday, August 12, 2022
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Vladimir Putin held meeting with permanent members of the Security Council

 

Dhaka August 12 2022 :

Vladimir Putin held a regular meeting with the permanent members of the Security Council, via videoconference, August 12 2022 .

Taking part in the meeting were Federation Council Speaker Valentina Matviyenko, State Duma Speaker Vyacheslav Volodin, Deputy Chairman of the Security Council Dmitry Medvedev, Chief of Staff of the Presidential Executive Office Anton Vaino, Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev, Interior Minister Vladimir Kolokoltsev, Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu, Director of the Federal Security Service Alexander Bortnikov.

 

Greetings to participants, organisers and guests of the ninth Russian Open Ploughing Championship

 

Dhaka August 12 2022 :

 

The President sent greetings to the participants, organisers and guests of the ninth Russian Open Ploughing Championship being held in the Leningrad Region, August 12 2022 .

The message reads, in part:

“Today, the best farm machinery operators from many Russian regions and a number of foreign countries have gathered here in the Leningrad Region to compete in skills, share their experience, and discuss important professional problems.

In our country, cultivating the soil has always been an honourable profession that commanded great respect and required special qualities and sincere love for this work. It is gratifying that you preserve and develop the traditions of such creative, conscientious and painstaking work, demonstrating serious successes and achievements. Let me emphasise that the state will continue to support agricultural producers and promote the widespread introduction of innovative technologies and the implementation of large investment and infrastructure projects. Of course, our absolute priority is to improve the quality of life in rural areas and enhance the prestige of jobs in the agriculture sector. It is important that more and more young people choose to work in agribusiness. Such ambitious and useful initiatives as your championship certainly encourage this trend.”

New bridge across Sheksna River unveiled in Cherepovets

 

Dhaka August 12 2022 :

 

The President took part, via videoconference, in the opening of a new bridge across the Sheksna River in Cherepovets. He congratulated project participants and all construction industry workers on their upcoming professional holiday, Construction Worker’s Day on August 10 2022.

Voted by the public to be named Arkhangelsky, the bridge was finished ahead of schedule. Thanks to prompt federal funding and efforts of construction workers, the bridge was commissioned ahead of the planned completion in 2025.

 

 

The second bridge in Cherepovets will reduce the high traffic load on the Oktyabrsky Bridge, which has been the city’s only bridge until now.

The new route for motor vehicles will connect four large microdistricts of Cherepovets, provide for circular traffic of public transport vehicles and substantially improve the transport accessibility of the Severstal and Apatit production facilities.

 

 

The bridge will also become part of the infrastructure framework of the Northwestern and Central federal districts. It will help expand the transport and logistics corridor in the southern direction, increase transit and strengthen the connections between the Cherepovets metropolitan area, the Vologda Region in general and the capital region.

President of Russia Vladimir Putin: Good afternoon, friends,

Please accept my heartfelt congratulations on this festive occasion, the completion of a new bridge across the Sheksna River. It will open for traffic already tomorrow.

This is a big event for a major industrial centre like Cherepovets and the entire Vologda Region and its residents.

It is symbolic that the new bridge is opening in the run-up to your professional holiday, Construction Worker’s Day, to be marked this Sunday.

I would like to extend my heartfelt congratulations to all those who participated in implementing this project – workers, engineers, and designers. Thank you for your work, your skill, the new technical solutions, which have been embodied in this wonderful structure.

This wide, long, and well-appointed bridge has been built across the Sheksna River, ahead of schedule. You, its creators, were well aware of how necessary this bridge was to the city and the entire region and you did your utmost to achieve this result, displaying perseverance and, in truth, total dedication. And the result is there for all to see.

This bridge, to which the city residents have already given the name of Arkhangelsky, will serve to develop the entire Cherepovets agglomeration and its new districts, and will become a crucial link in the transport system connecting north-western Russia with other regions of the country.

New opportunities are opening up in the context of the endeavour to establish transport communications, increase their availability, organise transit through federal and regional routes, and expand logistics corridors.

The construction of this bridge is a spectacular and worthy result of the work done by Russia’s entire construction industry. In spite of the current difficult situation, it confidently demonstrates its efficiency, working really fast and well, and setting new records. The industry is by right regarded as one of the drivers of the national economy.

We are proud of its achievements in housing construction. Last year, 92 million square metres of new housing were commissioned, thousands of kilometres of roads were built or repaired, and important social and production infrastructure facilities were erected.

 

 

And of course, I would like to specifically note the assistance that our builders, showing courage and professionalism, are providing to the residents of the Donetsk and Lugansk people’s republics.

Today, millions of people are involved in construction projects – excellent professionals who are creating the image of modern Russia and building a solid foundation for its development in all areas.

Unique modern technologies, materials, engineering and technical solutions allow us to realise the most daring and ambitious ideas.

But the honourable, creative and respected work of builders, your truly gifted hands, your experience, competencies, and responsible attitude to what you do will always be at the very core.

My friends, once again, from the bottom of my heart, I wish the very best to all construction industry workers in Russia on their professional holiday.

Good luck to you, good health and all the best!

 

Telephone conversation with Interim President of Mali Assimi Goita

 

Dhaka August 12 2022 :

 

Vladimir Putin had a telephone conversation with Interim President of the Republic of Mali Assimi Goita at the latter’s initiative on August 10 2022.

Assimi Goita thanked Vladimir Putin for Russia’s multifaceted support. The leaders discussed the further development of bilateral cooperation in trade, the economy and other areas. They touched upon, among other things, the issue of possible deliveries to Mali of Russian food, fertiliser and fuel. The leaders agreed that the relevant Russian and Malian departments would step up their practical cooperation.

The leaders expressed satisfaction with the level of Russia-Mali foreign policy cooperation, including coordination of positions in the UN.

Assimi Goita described in detail the processes taking place in Mali and told the Russian President about the efforts of the national leaders to stabilise the situation and wage an uncompromising battle against terrorist groups.

Vladimir Putin expressed hope that the Russia-Africa summit scheduled to be held in St Petersburg in 2023 would help promote traditional friendship with all African states.

 

Telephone conversation with President of Israel Isaac Herzog

 

Dhaka August 12 2022 :

 

Vladimir Putin had a telephone conversation with President of the State of Israel Isaac Herzog, at the latter’s initiative, August 09 2022.

The presidents discussed bilateral cooperation, including in humanitarian affairs in view of the extensive historical legacy of Russia-Israel relations. In this context, they spoke about the Red Army’s decisive contribution to the Victory over Nazism and saving the Jewish people from extermination during the Great Patriotic War, as well as about the positive role of Jews in Russia’s public and cultural life.

They covered the operation in Russia of the organisation representing the interests of the Jewish Agency for Israel and agreed that the contacts on this matter will continue between the respective agencies of the two countries.

The leaders confirmed the intention to develop the multi-dimensional cooperation between Russia and Israel.

 

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