Kinross Russia representatives visit communities near Chulbatkan

In 2019, Kinross acquired Chulbatkan – a high-grade, open-pit, heap leach development project in Russia’s Far East.

In March, Kinross representatives visited communities of the Polina Osipenko District, located near Chulbatkan. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, this was Kinross’ first visit to the communities this year.

The group had a packed schedule, meeting with the heads of the Udinsk, Kherpuchi and Oglongi villages, visiting the local school, hospital in Kherpuchi and aquaculture farm in Udinsk, and a power plant located in Oglongi. The group later traveled to Chulbatkan with community leaders for a site tour to share the progress of the project.

This visit was a good opportunity to meet with stakeholders and discuss further development of a relationship between Kinross and our host community based on trust and mutual respect.

Captured above, Kinross representatives at Chulbatkan. From left to right:
Daria Krivolapova, Manager, Corporate Social Responsibility, Ludmila Ukhtomskaya, General Director, Udinsk Gold LLC, Stanislav Borodyuk, Vice-President, Head of Moscow Representative Office,Tatiana Sharafutdinova,Head of Udinsk rural area,Alexey Denisov, Head of Kherpuchi and Oglongi villages, Alexander Cherdantsev, Vice-President, Health, Safety and Environment, Sergey Kuzmin, Head of Polina Osipenko Municipal District, Semen Khorolskiy, Deputy Superintendent, Igor Busargin, Office Manager,Alexander Eremin, Chairperson, Assembly of Delegates, Polina Osipenko Municipality, Afjal Hashim, Vice-President, Project Director, Chulbatkan.
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