Titan-2 CEO Grigoriy Naginskiy and the Russian Export Centre CEO Pyotr Fradkov signed a co-operation agreement aimed at promoting exports on 13th October, 2016 in Moscow.
The agreement concerns the promotion of exports as part of the Hanhikivi-1 project. According to the terms of the agreement, the promotion of exports will be based on an action plan drawn up by the Russian Export Centre for Titan-2. In the first place, this will concern the regulation being prepared by the Russian government on the freight goods crossing customs borders. In addition, the co-operation agreement includes the provision of consulting and expert services aimed at promoting export.
The co-operation agreement will be in force for the whole period of the Hanhikivi-1 project, from October this year to January 2025.
Titan-2 CEO Grigoriy Naginskiy: “This agreement is one step which facilitates the delivery of the necessary goods and equipment for the duration of the entire construction project.”
Titan-2 operates as the main contractor in the Hanhikivi-1 nuclear power plant construction project and is also building the Leningrad-2 nuclear power plant in Sosnovyi Bor, which will be the reference project for Hanhikivi-1.
The Russian Export Centre (Russian:АО Российский экспортный центр) is a state body founded in 2015 which concentrates on promoting exports. The task of the Export Centre is to offer Russian export companies financial support, advisory services and expertise to promote exports by helping companies collaborate with Russian authorities responsible for promoting exports.