A specialised exhibition-seminar for Malaysian specialists opened in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday. It is organised by the Russian Industry, Science and Technology Ministry along with the Russian Centre for Science and Culture in Kuala Lumpur.
Russian scientists and experts arrived in the Malaysian capital to acquaint local specialists with resource-saving technologies worked out in Russia. The importance of such technologies is increasing now that natural resources are being exhausted.
Experts from the "Tribotekhnologia" laboratory affiliated to the Research Institute of Physical Problems, from the All-Russian Research Institute of Railway Transport, the Moscow Energy Institute and the Railway Ministry will share their experience of using resource-saving technologies in Russia.
Russian specialists will hold consultations and provide recommendations for the exhibition's visitors on all aspects of Russian resource-saving high technologies of different profiles that make it possible to not only significantly diminish the consumption of oil products and electricity, but also prolong the service life of machines and mechanisms.
Satellite images of the naval base in Vilyuchinsk, Kamchatka, confirm that Russian nuclear submarines have left the base in turn