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CHEER Festival starts in Yakutsk

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Today, April 18, for the first time the CHEER Festival started in the city of Yakutsk. This festival is one of the directions of the ALROSA's social policy, which was successfully held in the Mirny district in previous years.

Young ALROSA professionals: We are not ready to rest


In Yakutia, the project Local Personnel - to Industry has been working for two years.
According to the data at the end of 2018, 4.5 thousand residents of the republic have already been employed at large-scale production sites. This became possible thanks to the joint work of the authorities of the republic and industrial enterprises, which jointly conduct comprehensive work on training, attracting and retaining local labor force. Major industrial companies have joined the project, among which ALROSA is one of the leaders. Within the framework of the project, the diamond mining company ALROSA employed 950 people in 2018, including 384 workers under the age of 30.

Reindeer Herder's Day


Olenek hosted a national Evenk holiday - Reindeer Herder’s Day. This is a spring holiday praising the national traditions and customs, culture, history and spiritual values of the people.

Tiksi to become a reference point for NSR safety

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Further development of the Tiksi sea port in Yakutia is connected with the issues of ensuring the security of the Northern Sea Route (NSR), said the head of the region Aisen Nikolaev on April 9 at 5th International Arctic Forum The Arctic: Territory of Dialogue, reports TASS.

ALROSA supports the Living Diamonds of Yakutia park

ALROSA and the Ministry of Environment of RS (Y) signed an agreement on financial support for one of the Company's best social projects - the Living Diamonds of Yakutia park.
The diamond company will allocate 4 million rubles for the park maintenance this year. Thanks to ALROSA, the park has previously acquired new enclosures for bears and the necessary equipment.

From Yakutsk to Russkoye Ust’e

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The National Library of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) for the first time published photographs of 1912 from the Russian Ustye settlement on the site of the Google Academy of Culture.