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Russian Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev met with Russian Deputy Prime Ministers Arkady Dvorkovich and Dmitri Rogozin in Moscow on Monday to discuss the Northern Sea Route, the sea passage around Russia's northern coast and the construction developments that are underway at the Baltic Shipyard. Considering it is the shortest route between Europe and the Asia-Pacific region, Russia is using it "badly" Medvedev said, adding that it is highly important to the country. He believes that Russia would benefit from expanding it, not just as a transport route but also to access Russia's mineral wealth in the far north. Dvorkovich advised that over a period of 15 years this could lead to a 20-fold increase of traffic. Medvedev responded by saying that the goal of reaching "a volume of transport that is comparable to the Soviet period" must be achieved. Additionally, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitri Rogozin told Medvedev about the progress on the nuclear-powered icebreaker that is under construction and will be complete by 2017.
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