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  • 23 Apr 2021 1:59 PM | Vera Dedyulya (Administrator)

    April 23, TORONTO - On April 22, 2021, the Canada Eurasia Russia Business Association hosted over 80 participants at the Canada-Russia Mining Working Group. The event was held as part of the 2021 CERBA Eurasia Mining Series. 

    Among the working group participants were Evgeny Tanin, Deputy Director of Geology Policy and Regulation of the Russian Ministry of Natural Resources, who discussed subsoil code legislation issues and developments; Viktor Snezhko & Vladimir Khalenev of the Russian Geological Research Institute (VSEGEI), who informed regarding the accounting and monitoring procedures of speculative mineral resources in the Russian Federation; Mikhail Zheleznyak of the Melnikov Permafrost Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, and Dr. Lukas Arenson, President of the Canadian Permafrost Association, who discussed possible avenues of Canada-Russia cooperation in permafrost studies, permafrost hydrology, and engineering geology. 

    The event was positively received by the participants and contributed to the deepening of the Canada-Russia cooperation in the mining sphere.

    “I left with a sense of commonality; I found the Russian businesses challenges and initiatives mirrored those in Saskatchewan.  The networking session after the event allowed me to connect with persons I would have never met – it allowed me to build contacts across the world with the similar resource developments in potash, uranium, diamonds, and oil." – commented Eric Anderson, Executive Director of the Saskatchewan Industrial and Mining Suppliers Association (SIMSA).

    The CERBA Mining Series are sponsored by CERBA members: Kinross Gold, Metalloinvest, B2Gold, and Cameco

    For further information and/or inquiries, please contact Toronto Deputy Regional Director Vera Dedyulya at [email protected]

  • 21 Apr 2021 5:45 AM | Alexander Belyasov (Administrator)

    Dear CERBA Members and Partners,

    According to the information kindly provided by CERBA Corporate Member – Intermark Relocation, please be informed that in accordance with the governmental decree No. 963-p dated 14 April 2021, citizens and permanent residents of "green listed" countries may enter Russia by direct flights from any green listed country.

    The changes took effect on April 16, 2021.

    What are the changes?

    1. Previously, such nationals were allowed to enter only by direct flights from the country of their citizenship or permanent residence. Now they may enter by flights originating from any green listed country.

    2. Citizens and permanent residents of Belarus may enter Russia by flights from Belarus as well as by flights from green listed countries.

    Intermark comment

    Foreigners from green listed countries with suspended or limited direct flights to Russia (currently the UK, Turkey and Tanzania) may benefit from the change by taking a flight to Russia from another green listed country.

    Kindly pay attention that the "green list" is a formal list approved by the Russian government, which currently includes 29 countries. Belarus is not on the list but its citizens and permanent residents enjoy the same right to enter Russia by air flights.

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    You can read an original version here.

  • 20 Apr 2021 1:08 PM | Anonymous

    Dear CERBA Members & Partners,

    The Republic of Uzbekistan and the Asian Development Bank invite bids from international firms for the provision of specialized wires for catenary systems as part of the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation Corridor 2 Railway Electrification Project. No nationality restrictions apply.

    For more information, please view the following notice here.

  • 20 Apr 2021 1:06 PM | Anonymous

    VANCOUVER, BC, April 19, 2021 — Today, the provincial government announced that it will be extending its provincial health orders that came into effect on March 29, 2021 at 11.59pm, for another five weeks until midnight on May 25, 2021, and that include:

    • The variance allowing indoor religious gatherings and worship services between March 28, 2021 and May 13, 2021 is suspended.
    • Indoor low intensity group exercise classes are cancelled.
    • Restaurants, pubs and bars are closed for indoor dining. Outdoor patio seating and take-out or delivery is allowed.
    • Whistler Blackcomb ski resort is closed.
    • Workplaces with a COVID-19 exposure may be ordered to close for a minimum of 10 days.

    In addition, to curb transmission across the province over the coming weeks, non-essential travel will be limited to within health authorities. Solicitor General Mike Farnworth is expected to release details of a supporting order on Friday, April 23, 2021.


  • 16 Apr 2021 5:00 AM | Alexander Belyasov (Administrator)

    Dear CERBA Members and Partners,

    Please be informed that based on the decision (Russian language) of the governmental Operational staff for the prevention of importing and spreading of the new coronavirus infection the term of suspension of flights between Russia and UK has been extended until June 1, 2021 inclusive.

    In addition, this is to remind you that all persons arriving in Russia from the UK are subject to 14-day self-isolation requirement.

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    You can read an original version here.

  • 07 Apr 2021 10:45 AM | Alexander Belyasov (Administrator)

    Gowling WLG is pleased to announce the release of The Universe of Pharmaceutical Trademarks in Russia 2021, authored by David Aylen, managing partner of Gowling WLG’s Russia/CIS practice. This is the third edition of the highly anticipated and authoritative publication.

    The Universe of Pharmaceutical Trademarks in Russia 2021 offers sector participants a comprehensive review of the trademark aspects of the pharmaceutical industry in Russia today – a market that Deloitte valued at almost US$30 billion in a recent study. The report examines the legal foundations for trademark protection in Russia, recent trademark decisions, the strong drive for localization, and the challenging issues of counterfeiting and parallel importation.

    The report includes a range of timely and practicable information, including:

    • An economic overview of the pharmaceutical industry in Russia and the drive to grow the market of locally produced medicines
    • A detailed examination of the legal foundations that underpin trademark protection in Russia
    • A guide to recent decisions by Russia's IP Court and the RF Supreme Arbitration Court, and what these decisions may mean going forward
    • A general overview of counterfeit pharmaceuticals in Russia and their consequences, and ongoing anti-counterfeiting efforts
    • An analysis of the parallel importation of pharmaceuticals in Russia, including the current status of parallel importation and concerns about what its possible legalization could mean for the pharma sector

    “We are very pleased to release the newest edition of this comprehensive paper,” said Aylen. “It’s a contemporary status report on trademark issues in the Russian pharmaceutical industry. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, it has been a market of great challenges and opportunities. Now more than ever, trademark issues are at the very forefront of client success within the Russian pharmaceutical market.”

    CLICK ON THE LINK TO DOWNLOAD THE GUIDE

    About the author

    David Aylen is an internationally renowned intellectual property lawyer with extensive experience advising foreign companies on the procurement and protection of IP rights in Russia, the CIS countries, and Canada. His area of specialization include strategic IP advice and complex cross-border IP litigation, trade secrets as well as strategic patent and trademark portfolio management. Repeatedly recognized as a leading IP lawyer by Who’s Who Legal, IAM Patent, Managing Intellectual Property, and World Trademark Review, he regularly serves as an adviser to major global corporations in pharmaceutical, biotechnology, telecommunications, and manufacturing-based industries.

    Contact information:

    Madina Assylbekova

    Director of Business Development RUSSIA/CIS

    T +7 495 775 4863

    [email protected]

  • 05 Apr 2021 3:40 AM | Alexander Belyasov (Administrator)

    Dear CERBA Members and Partners,

    Please be informed that the Russian government has officially published the Decree No. 814-r dated 31.03.2021 that lifts the restrictions on entry for citizens and permanent residents of Germany, Syria, Uzbekistan, Tadzhikistan, Venezuela and Sri Lanka.

    As reported earlier, Russia resumed passenger flights from these countries on 1 April 2021.

    We would like to remind you that aforementioned foreign nationals will be allowed though the Russian border only if they take a direct flight from the country of their citizenship or permanent residence.

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    You can read an original version here.

  • 31 Mar 2021 9:29 AM | Anonymous

    Dear CERBA members & partners, 

    The Government of Canada has released further guidance regarding sanctions and export controls against entities in the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus. More information can be found here regarding Russia and here regarding Belarus.

  • 29 Mar 2021 11:00 AM | Alexander Belyasov (Administrator)


    • Global 7500 aircraft receiving positive market response for its unparalleled performance, innovative technology, unique cabin design and the smoothest ride
    • Global 7500 aircraft deliveries reaching steady run-rate as the company continues to swiftly progress through the program’s learning curve
    • Global 7500 in-service fleet demonstrating outstanding dispatch reliability rate of 99,7%
    • Global 7500 aircraft is the first business jet to have a third-party verified Environmental Product Declaration (EPD)

    Bombardier announced that it delivered the 50th Global 7500 aircraft. The milestone delivery was achieved as production of the industry flagship continues to mature, and as the aircraft’s in-service performance continues to deliver very high levels of reliability.

    The 50th delivery of the Global 7500 business jet follows a successful 2020, where Bombardier delivered 35 of these aircraft, including a record 16 deliveries in Q4. Bombardier continues to receive strong interest for the Global 7500 business jet and order activity is robust worldwide.

    "The Global 7500 aircraft is unrivalled in the market," said Éric Martel, President and Chief Executive Officer, Bombardier. "It provides an unmatched combination of speed, range, comfort and reliability, making it both the industry flagship and a key driver of our growth strategy. As we mark this delivery milestone, I want to recognize and thank the many talented employees who supported the development and launch of this aircraft, as well as those currently working on the program and supporting our customers in the field. The world-class calibre of workmanship and technology found in each aircraft continues to drive strong market demand and industry-wide recognition."

    Since its entry-into-service at the end of 2018, the Global 7500 business jet has demonstrated an outstanding dispatch reliability rate of 99.7% in-service and has proven to be the highest-performing aircraft in the industry by completing various key speed records and challenging flights, including the longest city-pair flown by a purpose-built business aircraft, connecting Sydney and Detroit non-stop. In its inaugural year of service, the aircraft received multiple accolades including the 2019 Aviation Week Grand Laureate Award, the 2019 Robb Report Best of the Best Business Jet of the Year Award and the 2018 Red Dot Award for Product Design.

    More information available at: https://bombardier.com/en/media/news/bombardier-marks-50th-global-7500-aircraft-delivery-milestone?page=0

  • 29 Mar 2021 6:00 AM | Alexander Belyasov (Administrator)

    Dear CERBA Members and Partners,

    According to the information kindly provided by CERBA Corporate Member – Intermark Relocation, please be informed that the governmental Operational staff for the prevention of importing and spreading of the new coronavirus infection has decided to resume air traffic with Germany, Syria, Uzbekistan, Tadzhikistan, Venezuela and Sri Lanka.

    The decision will take effect on 1 April 2021.

    Which document introduces the changes?

    The decision of the Operational staff for the prevention of importing and spreading of the new coronavirus infection (available in Russian at the following link http://government.ru/news/41820/).

    What are the changes?

    The list of countries whose citizens and residents are allowed to enter the Russian Federation through air checkpoints now includes 30 countries:

    - UK
    - Tanzania
    - Turkey
    - Switzerland
    - Egypt
    - Maldives
    - UAE
    - Kazakhstan
    - Kyrgyzstan
    - Republic of Korea

    - Belarus
    - Serbia
    - Cuba
    - Japan
    - Ethiopia
    - Seychelles
    - Qatar
    - Finland
    - India
    - Vietnam

    - Azerbaijan
    - Armenia
    - Greece
    - Singapore

    - Germany
    - Syria
    - Tadzhikistan
    - Uzbekistan
    - Venezuela
    - Sri Lanka

    Who is affected?

    Russian and foreign citizens who travel from Russia to the listed countries or vice versa.

    Intermark comments

    We expect that these countries will also be included in the list of states exempted from entry restrictions for citizens and permanent residents who travel by direct flights from the respective countries. However, the relevant governmental decree has not been published yet.

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    You can read an original version here.


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