|9 June 2008|
|15:10||AppointmentsAtomflot's Head Is Appointed|
|6 October 2005|
|18:17||inland shippingAppointments at Maritime Board|
According to the decree of the RF Government the new members were elected into the Maritime Board.
|6 September 2005|
|11:28||seaAppointments at Ministry of Transport|
Mikhail Fradkov, Chairman of the Government dismissed Vyacheslav Ruksha, head of the RF Agency of maritime and river transport.
According to the press service of the Ministry of transport, Alexander Davidenko was appointed the head of the RF Agency of maritime and river transport.
|21 July 2005|
|11:40||seaRuksha Resignation Rumours|
The information that Vyacheslav Ruksha, head of the RF Agency of maritime and river transport, has sent in his resignation, published by some media, has not been confirmed, yet not altogether refuted.
|29 December 2004|
|17:57||seaUlyianik Shipyard Launches Ferry|
On December 29 the first rail ferry was launched at the Ulianik Shipyard (Croatia) to carry cargo between the ports of the Caspian Sea.
|16 June 2004|
|10:42||seaNew List of Maritime Collegium Members|
The RF Government approved of the list of members of the Maritime Collegium on June 11, 2004.
|24 May 2004|
|12:09||containerFESCO Holds Stockholders' Meeting|
May 21, 2004, the annual general meeting of the Far Eastern Shipping Company stockholders was held.
|29 April 2004|
|11:34||seaRussian Delegation to Be Headed by Vyacheslav Ruksha|
On May 13-15, 2004, in Istanbul an annual Caspian and Black Sea transportation summit and exhibition will be held.
|26 March 2004|
|14:30||seaRoadstead Complex at Murmansk|
The ceremony of the roadstead complex for oil export was held on March 24, 2004, in the port of Murmansk.
|19 March 2004|
|13:18||seaAppointments in RF Ministry of Transport and Communications|
Vyacheslav Ruksha, former deputy Minister of Transport, was appointed chief of the Federal agency of sea and river transport under the Ministry of Transport and Communications.
|2 February 2004|
|18:05||seaRussia's Tanker Fleet|
Today 303 tankers with the aggregate deadweight of 2 042.9 thousand tons are under the flag of Russia, as was communicated by RF senior deputy Minister of Transport Vyacheslav Ruksha at the press conference held on January 29, 2004.
5 Russian shipping companies-members of the Union of Russian Shipowners operate tankers of the aggregate deadweight of 8 148.1 thousand tons, therein 1 127.3 thousand tons of aggregate dwt is under flag of Russia.
6 tankers belong to Murmansk Shipping Co JSC (93.7 thousand tons of aggregate deadweight), 51 ones - to Novorossiysk Shipping Co JSC (3 281 thousand tons dwt), 43 tankers - to Primorsk Shipping Co JSC (959.4 thousand tons dwt), 39 ones - to Sovckmflot JSC (3 601 thousand tons dwt).
|12:56||MoscowUnion of Russian Shipowners' Annual Meeting|
The annual general meeting of the Union of Russian Shipowners was held in Moscow on January 30, 2004.
|26 December 2003|
|13:01||seaDanish Company at Ust-Luga|
Currently the participation of the Danish company DFDS, a leading ferry operator in the Baltic Sea, in the project of a multi-purpose road and rail ferry bridge Ust-Luga - Baltiysk - ports of Germany is under negotiations, as Vyacheslav Ruksha, senior deputy Minister of Transport, told the journalists on December 24.
|25 December 2003|
|11:35||Port SaidUst-Luga Co Board Meets|
On December 24, 2003, the members of the Ust-Luga Co Board met under the chairmanship of the Board Chairman and the first Vice-President of Russian Railways JSC Vladimir Yakunin.
|9 December 2003|
|12:54||equipmentIcebreaker "50 Let Pobedy": Construction to Continue|
In 2004, the construction of the nuclear powered icebreaker "50 Let Pobedy" is to be fully funded, told the RF First deputy transport minister Vyacheslav Ruksha addressing the meeting on November 5 at the Baltic Shipyard, where the icebreaker is being built.
At present, the icebreaker is 86% ready, the hulls has been built and both the nuclear power reactors as well as 90% of the main mechanic and electric equipment have been installed.
|25 September 2003|
|11:00||seaExport, Import and Transit at Russian Ports|
The handling of export, import and transit at Russian ports is to reach 85% of the aggregated throughput, as Vyacheslav Ruksha, Russian Minister of Transport first deputy, told the press during the Maritime Forum, held on September 23.
|16 July 2003|
|11:00||Port SaidNew Harbour Master of St. Petersburg|
Russian Senior Transport Vice Minister Vyacheslav Ruksha by order of July 14 appointed Pyotr Parinov Harbour Master of the St.
|8 July 2003|
|11:00||Port SaidRF Govt Approves ILO Port Conventions|
The Government of the Russian Federation approved on July 3, 2003, and passed to the State Duma the Convention on social consequences of new methods of cargo handling in ports and the Convention on labor safety and hygiene in ports.
The former Convention was accepted by the 58th session of the ILO general conference in Geneva in 1973, the latter was accepted by the 65th session of the conference in 1979.
Senior deputy Minister of transport Vyacheslav Ruksha was appointed representative of the Government in the State Duma.
The Conventions declare the support of the level of employment and salary of port workers, define quantity of workers etc.
|14 April 2003|
|11:00||seaFerries for Operating in Caspian Basin |
On April 11, 2003, a contract on constructing rail ferries for operating in the Caspian basin was signed between Maritime Investments and Development OJSC and the Croatian shipyards Ulyanik.
|5 March 2003|
|11:00||seaMilitary Facilities Handed Over to Transport Ministry|
The Government has decided to hand over the Defence Ministry’s shore-based facilities and land areas in Baltiysk to the Kaliningrad Port Authority for 15 years.