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ALROSA: What new president will start mining gold

On Wednesday, Yuri Trutnev, after a meeting with the leadership of the joint-stock company ALROSA and the head of Yakutia, Yegor Borisov, said that ALROSA would be engaged in gold mining in Yakutia, since no other company would go to these sites now.

It is known that ALROSA appealed to Rosnedra with a proposal to consider the issue of the right of passing gold with diamonds.

“There are a number of areas in which regulatory regulation does not sufficiently take into account the specifics of the company's work. This is mainly due to new sites. We will give instructions on all these issues, and the federal executive authorities will improve regulatory activities in such a way that they do not interfere, but help the company to work ", - the plenipotentiary underlined.

Also, following the results of the media meeting, ALROSA's "presidency" topic was divided. Last September, Fyodor Andreev resigned as president of the company, which he held since 2009. A few months later he passed away. From that moment to the present day acting president is Ilya Ryaschin.

RBC sources close to the ALROSA Supervisory Board say that the former CEO of AvtoVAZ, the Governor of the Samara Region and the First Deputy Director General of Rostek, Vladimir Artyakov, can become the president of ALROSA.

Another source of RBC says that as a candidate for the presidency is also considered a member of the company's supervisory board and a representative of Russia in the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development Denis Morozov.

However, after yesterday's meeting, the head of Yakutia, Yegor Borisov, said that there is as yet no final decision on the appointment of the new president of the world's largest diamond mining company.

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