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  • 15-volume Explanatory Dictionary of the Yakut language published in Yakutia

    The head of Yakutia, Aisen Nikolaev, expressed his gratitude to the team of the Institute for Humanitarian Research and Indigenous Peoples of the North for completing the fundamental scientific work in 2018 on publishing the 'Explanatory Dictionary of the Yakut Language' in 15 volumes, consisting of 80 thousand words. The Explanatory Dictionary was edited by Academician of the Academy of Sciences of the RS (Y), Professor Pyotr Sleptsov.

  • Aisen Nikolaev at Russia-Japan Council of Governors

    The head of Yakutia, Aisen Nikolaev, took part in a plenary meeting of the Council of Governors of Russia and Japan, the press service of the head and government of the republic reported.

  • NEAR elects new Secretary General

    On April 6, the Ministry for External Relations and Ethnic Affairs of the Sakha Republic (Yakutia) hosted a meeting with the Head of Foreign Trade and International Cooperation Department of the Administration of Gyeongsangbuk-do Province of the Republic of Korea, Mr. Kim Kwan-hong and representatives of the NEAR Secretariat (Association of North East Asia Regional Governments).

  • Rivers wake in Yakutia

    The situation with ice drift on the Lena and Vilyui rivers is calm for now. The Aldan does not cause concern in this regard, but the situation looks difficult on the Kolyma River.

  • The head of Yakutia is one of the leaders

    Medialogia prepared media ratings for governors in April 2019. The head of Yakutia Aisen Nikolaev ranks second in the Far Eastern Federal District.

  • Visa regime between Russia and Japan could be relaxed

    The head of Yakutia, Aisen Nikolaev, proposed to relax visa regime requirements between Russia and Japan during a meeting of the Council of Governors of the two countries, held in Moscow.

  • Yakutia sets an objective to improve the investment climate

    Speaking at the session of Il Tumen, the head of Yakutia, Aisen Nikolaev, said that the republic should become attractive for investments in all sectors of the economy, in the social sphere as well.

  • Yakutia’s Arctic expands

    On May 13, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree according to which Abyisky, Verkhnekolymsky, Verkhoyansky, Zhigansky, Momsky, Oleneksky, Srednekolymsky and Eveno-Bytantaysky uluses became part of the Arctic zone.