Russia-South Korea logistics research center opens in Vladvostok

The center is a joint project of the Nevelskoy Maritime University and the Korea Maritime Institute.

A Russia-South Korea joint research center opened in Vladivostok this week, according to a report on IAA PortNews.

The main aim of the center at the Admiral Nevelskoy Maritime State University, is to analyze the transport and logistic complex and port infrastructure in the Far East and Arctic regions, according to the report.

The center is a joint project of the Nevelskoy Maritime University and the Korea Maritime Institute.  It was set up under an international agreement on cooperation signed by the Transport Ministries of Russia and South Korea in 2014, according to IAA PortNews.

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