The 25th St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF-2022) was held from June 15 to 18. This year it was visited by representatives of more than 140 countries and territories. Agreements were concluded for the amount of 5.6 trillion rubles. Details are under the cut.
Novikombank and the United Shipbuilding Corporation (USC) entered into an agreement on concessional financing in the amount of RUB 5 billion. Novikombank will also finance USC digital transformation projects in the amount of RUB 12 billion. and infrastructure projects of Ruselectronics for 5 billion rubles.
Russian Railways and VTB signed a loan agreement with a maximum tranche term of up to 5 years for up to 630 billion rubles. The funds will be used to modernize the carrier’s railway infrastructure.
Gazprom and China’s CNPC signed a technical agreement on gas supplies.
QazaqGaz and Gazprom agreed to increase the processing of Kazakh gas in Russia.
The Jewish Autonomous Region will cooperate with Belarus in trade and economic matters.
NOVATEK will build a mini-plant for the production of liquefied natural gas in the Togliatti SEZ.
Rosatom signed an agreement with Yakutia on the construction and commissioning in 2030 of a pilot mini-nuclear power plant with a capacity of up to 10 MW.
The Russian Ecological Operator will invest 24 billion rubles. in the creation of four waste processing enterprises near St. Petersburg.
Fiume LLC plans to invest 1.3 billion rubles. in the organization of the production of ekranoplans on the basis of the former Avangard minesweeper plant in Karelia.
Investors will invest 37 billion rubles in the Krasnaya Polyana resort.
Phosagro and the authorities of the Murmansk region will allocate 15 billion rubles in the next three years. on the socio-economic development of Kirovsk and Apatity.
The government of Moscow and the government of the DPR signed agreements on trade, economic, scientific, technical and cultural cooperation.
Prosecutors General of Russia and Egypt Igor Krasnov and Hamada el-Sawi signed a program of cooperation between the two countries for the next two years in the field of combating “the misuse of virtual currency”, transport security, protecting the rights of entrepreneurs and the environment, as well as interaction in the field of combating terrorism and extremism .