If Poland is ready to sign such an arrangement, Gazprom will deliver the gasGazprom willing to ship more gas to Poland Mar 13, 2009
At this point, 122 bodies have been found and six passengers are still unaccounted forSiberian plane crash toll reaches 122 Jul 10, 2006
The current level of financing of transport infrastructure is about 2 percent of the GDP, which is unacceptably low. In other countries, the same as in our country in 2000, this indicator was 4 percent. We pin major hopes on companies of the Russian fuel and energy sphere that are ready to invest in the development of transport infrastructureUPI Energy Watch Mar 24, 2005
The project needs adjustment, first of all in what concerns its efficiency. It's necessary to envisage a possibility of more serious use of the railway component within the framework of this projectUPI Energy Watch Mar 24, 2005
Today all states except Russia collect money for the entrance of foreign automobiles and trucks into the countryRussia to impose toll on foreign trucks Nov 03, 2004
Igor Levitin (February 21, 1952-) is the current Russian Transport Minister. He was appointed to the position on March 9, 2004.
Between 1973 and 1980 Levitin served in the Soviet armed forces in Odessa and then with the Armies Southern Division. From 1983 to 1985, he was Military Commandant of the Urgal station and Baikal and from 1985 to 1994, Military Commandant and Deputy Head of Moscow Military Railway Communications Service.
From 1994 to 1996, he was a member of the Railways Reform commission which created the Russian Railways Company as part of its reform program.