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Our Russian offices are honored with a Presidential visit.

The Arctic Forum was held in St. Petersburg from the 9th - 10th of April, in which a delegation from Iceland participated. The Forum is a key platform for discussions of topical issues of the socio-economic development of the arctic territories, the development of multidimensional multilateral mechanisms for joint disclosure and effective development of the powerful resource potential of the arctic.

Alfreð Tulinius Chairman of Nautic, with Mr. Júlíusson Minister of Fisheries, Mr. Jóhanneson President and Mrs. Ásgeirsdóttir Ambassador.

Attending the Arctic Forum on Icelands behalf are Icelandic President Guðni Th. Jóhannesson, Kristján Þór Júlíusson Minister of Fisheries and Agriculture, Berglind Ásgeirsdóttir Ambassador for Iceland to the Russian Federation, and Boris Ivanov Honorary Consul of Iceland in St. Petersburg.

We were honored to have this delegation visit our St. Petersburg offices last Monday for a tour of our ongoing projects. President Mr. Jóhannesson and Mr. Júlíusson Minister of Fisheries met the staff and learned about our process of making an Icelandic concept into a Russian reality. They were happy with the cooperation between the Icelandic and Russian offices and our ideology of employing young and eager Russian engineers that will learn from Icelandic experience and become leaders in designing future fishing vessels.

We at Nautic would like to thank our President Mr. Guðni Jóhannesson for his time and interest in our operation.

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