The state-owned enterprise (SOE) Electrotyazhmash Plant in February 2021 plans to complete the installation of a new stator on the TGV-250-2PT3 turbine generator at the Kaiga NPP in India, according to the company’s website.
At present, the company’s engineers are supervising the dismantling of the old stator and preparing for the installation of a new one; the installation and commissioning of the equipment will also be supervised by the plant’s specialists.
According to the press service, the Kaiga NPP, a member of the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL), consists of four power units. Two of them are equipped with two TGV-250-2PT3 turbine generators manufactured by Electrotyazhmash delivered in 2005-2007.
Power of each machine is 250 MW, they have horizontal design, hydrogen-water cooling, and their weight is 280 tonnes.
Electrotyazhmash specializes in the production of powerful hydrogenerators, turbine generators for thermal power plants and nuclear power plants, electric motors for drives of rolling mills, mine hoists, traction electrical equipment for railroad and urban transport.
From August 14 the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine begins the centralized registration of Ukrainian electronic visas (e-Visa) for citizens of India, South Africa and the Philippines, the press service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs reports.
“The Ukrainian e-Visa is issued for trips to our country for business, private, tourist purposes, for medical treatment, for activities in the field of culture, science, education, sports, as well as for representatives of foreign media,” the statement said.
So, to apply for an electronic visa, you need:
– register on the MFA web platform https://evisa.mfa.gov.ua/ (available from August 14);
– fill in the application form online, upload a photo and scanned copies of documents (passport, invitation, etc.), pay the consular fee with a bank card;
– receive a ready e-Visa by e-mail (sent in pdf format).
It is reported that to enter Ukraine, a person needs to print the e-Visa and show it with the passport to the border authorities of Ukraine at the checkpoints across the state border.
“At the same time, the standard procedure for issuing Ukrainian visas in foreign diplomatic institutions of Ukraine still remains in force for citizens of these states,” the ministry reported
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky said that visa liberalization for tourists from China and India should be carried out as soon as possible.
According to the presidential press service, the head of the state said this at a meeting with the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine members on Monday, July 13, at which Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said that the government is actively working on the issue of liberalizing the visa regime for tourists from these countries.
PJSC Energomashspetsstal (EMSS, Kramatorsk, Donetsk region), the owner of which is Russia’s Atomenergomash, has signed a new agreement with Steel Authority of India (SAIL) for delivery of 1,190 tonnes of rolled products. The press service of EMSS has reported that the agreement was signed following tender in July 2019. The value of the contract is not disclosed.
The rolls will be produced for a new hot-rolling mill 2250 of Rourkela Steel Plant (RSP).
According to the contract, the products should be sent to the customer by the second quarter of 2021.
The company’s press service said a successful fulfillment of this order would favor further cooperation with SAIL into other projects.
For a moment, SAIL’s RSP is also waiting for another delivery under the previous order from EMSS that is to be sent to the customer by the beginning of 2020.
Energomashspetsstal is the largest Ukrainian producer of special cast and forged products for individual and small-scale production for metallurgy, shipbuilding, energy (wind, steam, hydro, nuclear) and general engineering.
SAIL is top five biggest companies of India.
Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Oleksandr Danyliuk held a meeting with Indian Ambassador Partha Satpathy on Wednesday, during which the parties discussed the state of cooperation in the field of security and defense and prospects for its further intensification. “Satpathy stressed the importance of Ukraine as a strategic partner of India in the field of military-technical cooperation, in particular, the production and supply by Ukraine of gas turbine engines for ships and joint projects in the field of aviation,” the press service of the NSDC reports.
Also, the Ambassador of India assured of the unchanged support for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine.
According to Danyliuk, to enhance cooperation at the strategic level, the current exchange of information between Ukraine and India on security issues is relevant today.