Baltic Shipyard in St. Petersburg Current Affairs, GK & News
The Baltic countries have opened their borders to one another creating “travel bubble”. This is being called the Baltic Travel Bubble. Highlights With the opening of the borders, the citizens and residents of the European Nations can move freely. However, people coming from outside the zone are being quarantined for 14 days. This is the ..
Month: Current Affairs - May, 2020
Category: International Current Affairs
Russia recently launched nuclear-powered Arctic icebreaker named ‘Ural’ at Baltic Shipyard in St. Petersburg. The move is to tap commercial potential of Arctic Ocean. Key Highlights Background: Russian President Vladimir Putin announced in April 2019 that Russia will step up construction of icebreakers with aim of significantly boosting freight traffic along its Arctic coast. About: ..
Month: Current Affairs - May, 2019
Topics: Arctic Oil Potential • Arktika (Arctic) • Baltic Shipyard in St. Petersburg • Bering Strait • Northern Sea Route (NSR) • Nuclear-powered Arctic icebreaker • Rosatom • Russian President Vladimir Putin • Sibir (Siberia) • Ural