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Vladimir Putin will arrive in Vladivostok tonight
Russian President Vladimir Putin will arrive in Vladivostok tonight, immediately after the 22nd meeting of the heads of state and government of the APEC Forum in Beijing (PRC). The head of state will stay in the regional capital for two days. It is planned that the head of state will hold a meeting on the creation of a shipbuilding complex on the basis of Zvezda Far East Plant OJSC, and will also visit the FEFU laboratory building that has been operating since September 1, 2014, the president's official website reports.
During the working trip, the President will visit the FEFU laboratory building, which has been operating since September 1, 2014, where laboratories of underwater robotics, mechanics, and the base department of petrochemistry of Rosneft Oil Company are operating, and will get acquainted with the educational process at the lectures of invited professors.
On November 13, Vladimir Putin will hold a meeting on the creation of a shipbuilding complex on the basis of Zvezda Far East Plant OJSC. The industrial complex for the production of marine equipment and equipment for exploration, production and transportation of hydrocarbons is being created on the instructions of the President, given following the meeting on Development Prospects domestic civil shipbuilding ", held on August 30, 2013.
Perhaps the head of the country will also visit the seaside oceanarium on Russky Island.
Recall, with 9 on 11 November, the Russian president is in China, where he participates in the 22 meeting of the heads of state and government of the APEC forum. Even before the official launch of the APEC summit, Vladimir Putin managed to meet with the leaders of China, Japan and Chile in Beijing. The most fruitful and lengthy meeting was with the Chairman of the People's Republic of China, Xi Jinping. In the presence of the leaders, important agreements were signed on the western route of gas supplies to China: in the long term, Russia will be able to supply more fuel to China than the EU.