Bulvar Morskoy, 15, Slavyanka pgt,
Khasan rayoun, Primorsky krai
692701, Russia

n 7 February 2017 in Harbin (China) CEO of Far Eastern grain terminal (subsidiary of JSC UGC) Natalia Korshunova participated in the meeting of co-chairmen of the Russian-Chinese Commission on cooperation and development of the Far East, the Baikal region of Russia and northeast China under the chairmanship of the plenipotentiary representative of the President in the Far Eastern Federal district Yuri Trutnev and Deputy Prime Minister of the state Council of China Wang Yang. During the meeting the project launch of 2018-2019 cross-years of cooperation between the two countries was announced.


While discussing the current situation and prospects of bilateral cooperation in the field of foreign trade, investment and joint infrastructure projects, the parties also outlined a development plan of interregional contacts for the coming years.

"China today is the main foreign economic partner for the development of the Russian Far East, the investment volume in the territories of advanced development and the free port of Vladivostok for already existing projects is $3.5 billion, the portfolio is still about $30 billion," Russian Deputy Prime Minister said during the official event.

"Having joint years of interregional cooperation opens new opportunities for us to deepen contacts between the regions of our countries," Wang Yang said. "Today's meeting will make it possible to sum up the results of our cooperation on the development of the Russian Far East."

"Currently, we are completing the stage of terminal design and plan to submit project documentation to the Federal Autonomous institution "Glavgosexpertiza". It is planned that by the end of 2018 - beginning of 2019 the first grain will go to export through the port of Zarubino", - said CEO of JSC United grain company Mikhail Kiyko, commenting on the status of DVZT project.

For the reference:

DVZT LLC, a subsidiary of JSC UGC, is implementing an investment project to build a grain terminal in the seaport of Zarubino (Primorsky Krai). The new terminal will be built on the territory located North-East of the existing borders of the port along the coastline of Trinity Bay. For the construction of the terminal it is planned to create an artificial land plot. The project of the construction of a grain terminal in the seaport of Zarubino was included in the list of applications selected for inclusion in the state program of the Russian Federation "Socio-economic development of the Far East and the Baikal region".