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Prime Minister of Republic of Kalmykia congratulated the workers and veterans of the food industry

Prime Minister of the Republic of Kalmykia Today is Day of Food Industry!

The Prime Minister of Republic of Kalmykia Igor Zotov congratulated the workers and veterans of the food industry with the professional holiday.

Dear workers and veterans of the food industry!

I congratulate you on your professional holiday! Read the rest of this entry »

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News of Agriculture from the Government of Republic of Kalmykia

Republic of Kalmykia In the farms of the Republic of Kalmykia continues harvesting of roughage, informed Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of Kalmykia. The need for roughage in the current year amounts to 809.2 thousand tons, remnants of past years – 267.1 thousand tons.

Farms of Gorodovikovsk and Yashaltinsky districts continue harvesting the main oilseed – sunflower. Harvested area in the two districts is 5.9 hectares; was harvested 2.1 thousand. hectares; the gross yield amounted to 1.73 thousand. tons.

Rice growers of Oktyabrsky district for today Read the rest of this entry »

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Professional holiday – Day of the food industry!

[ Ru | Es ] Today in Kalmykia celebrate professional holiday – Day of the food industry!

Prime Minister of the Republic of Kalmykia Igor Zotov congratulated the workers of the food industry. Read the rest of this entry »

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FIDE chief Kirsan Ilyumzhinov and Ashmore Group set up a joint fund

Kirsan Ilyumzhinov The President of the World Chess Federation and ex-president of Russia’s Republic of Kalmykia, Kirsan Ilyumzhinov is reportedly going to set up a $10 billion investment fund with UK major Ashmore Group.

Ex-president of Russia’s Republic of Kalmykia Kirsan Ilymzhinov and Ashmore CEO Mark Coombs signed an agreement in London, reports Kommersant Daily. The joint fund would develop projects in Russia, CIS and East Asian countries such as Malaysia, Singapore and Japan, focusing on energy, telecommunications, metals and food industries.

The initial capital of the fund would be $1 billion, and then it would be increased up to $10 billion. The fund plans to attract foreign investment Read the rest of this entry »

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