About what results the company is finishing the year with, what he expects from the future, whether he plans to rebuild the Mir mine and what he thinks of synthetics, Sergey Ivanov, the Company's General Director, tells in an interview for Yakutia24.
In 2020, Russia will head the Kimberley Process - an international organization to combat the shadow turnover of diamonds on the world market, Russian Deputy Finance Minister Aleksei Moiseyev told RIA Novosti.
ALROSA (PJSC) reports on successful tests of a new generation separator. Testing of the joint development of specialists from Burevestnik Innovation Center JSC, Yakutniproalmaz Institute, the ALROSA Innovation Center and Nyurba Mining and Processing Division successfully passed at the Processing Plant No. 16.
On December 24, 2018, at a meeting of the Chairman of the Government of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), agreements on social and economic cooperation were signed between Almazy Anabara, a subsidiary of ALROSA, and municipal uluses (districts) of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia).
Yesterday, December 24, the first step was taken to put the Tommot - Nizhny Bestyakh launch complex into constant operation: the validity statement of the railway section was signed. During the first quarter of next year, the cargo will go to the final station at the rate of Russian Railways. In August 2019, Railways of Yakutia plan to begin passenger traffic.
On December 17, ALROSA and the Nyurba District municipality signed an agreement on long-term mutual cooperation in the field of social and economic development for 2019–2021, while the Company exercises the right to use subsoil resources in the Nyurba ulus.The Company will transfer 324 million rubles annually to the Nyurba District.