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EastRussia Bulletin: Rosgeology requires Angara to return 230 million

EastRussia Bulletin: Rosgeology requires Angara to return 230 million
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Rosgeology filed a lawsuit against the government of the Irkutsk region demanding the return of 230 million rubles spent on preparatory work to eliminate the waste from the Baikal Pulp and Paper Mill, according to the next published issue of the EastRussia newsletter.

Although Rosgeology did not disclose the details of the requirements, according to some sources, the state-owned company asks to acknowledge the inaction of the regional Ministry of Natural Resources, which violated its obligations under the state contract for the elimination of BPPM waste.

In August 2019, the government of the Irkutsk region announced its intention to unilaterally terminate the contract with Rosgeologiya and asked the Ministry of Natural Resources of the Russian Federation to find a new general contractor, as Rosgeologia allowed the project to be delayed. The new contractor was approved by Gazenergostroy. Rosgeology, however, stated that engineering surveys at the plant’s test sites, equipment delivery and testing, and work on the study of storage cards were funded at their own expense.

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