Polish lawmaker sees no reason to demolish Soviet Army monumentsWorld October 19, 14:53
Russian large antisubmarine warfare ship calls at Egyptian portMilitary & Defense October 19, 14:40
Kremlin not working on Sobchak's campaign trail — spokesmanRussian Politics & Diplomacy October 19, 14:40
West uses allegations of Russia’s 'aggressiveness' to brainwash voters — LavrovRussian Politics & Diplomacy October 19, 14:33
Spartak Moscow winger Promes nominated for Champions League’s ‘player of the week’Sport October 19, 14:16
Most Russians against idea of compensation to Ukraine for Crimea — pollSociety & Culture October 19, 13:56
Lavrov laughs off Sweden’s allegations of Moscow ‘meddling’ in its electionsRussian Politics & Diplomacy October 19, 13:44
Poll shows most Russians frown on TV host-turned-presidential contender SobchakSociety & Culture October 19, 13:26
Micro-computer glitch behind delayed launch of Russia’s Progress cargo spacecraftScience & Space October 19, 13:17
KRASNODAR, October 11. /TASS/. A sea freight connection is planned to be launched between Russia’s Novorossiysk and Syria’s port of Latakia, a representative of the press service of Russia’s Novorossiysk Commercial Sea Port (NCSP) told TASS Wednesday.
"An agreement has been made on transportation of export and import containers between Novorossiysk and Latakia. The link is being formed," the press service said.
The plan is to supply imported perishable goods to Novorossiysk and export "equipment and breakbulk cargo" through the Syrian port.
As reported earlier an Adygea-based Adyg-Yurak company delivers vegetables and fruits from the Syrian Latakia and Tartus provinces through the port of Novorossiysk. Imports were planned at around 6,000 tonnes by the end of this summer.