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Japan may enter the project to build a bridge across the Lena in Yakutia

Japan may enter the project to build a bridge across the Lena in Yakutia
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At the Eastern Economic Forum, the head of Yakutia, Aisen Nikolaev, met with the general director of Mitsui & Co. Moscow "and the chief regional manager of" Mitsui "in the CIS Hiroshi Meguro from Japan. The parties outlined a number of promising projects for cooperation, discussed, including the construction of a bridge across the Lena.

According to the press service of the region, Japan and Yakutia have already implemented a joint project. As part of the partnership, wind turbines were installed in the village of Tiksi, Bulunsky district in 2018. They were launched by Mitsui Corporation jointly with Komaihaltek and NEDO. And Japanese technologies have proven their effectiveness even in the harsh Yakut climate. The Japanese expressed their readiness to continue cooperation in the development of alternative energy in other Arctic regions.

Mr. Hiroshi Meguro also suggested using the New-PWS cable-stayed system for the construction of the Lena bridge. The preliminary feasibility study of the project has already been carried out by the consortium of companies Mitsui & Co. Ltd. "," Komaihaltek Inc. " and the Nomura Research Institute.

Also, the Japanese side offered their developments within the Smart City project. These include the installation of cameras with a face recognition system and modular data centers. In addition, they presented a project on the use of an anti-corrosion device in the water supply system.

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