A views shows a construction site of a new mill at Blagodatnoye operation with a processing capacity of 8 mln tonnes of ore per year owned by the Polyus company outside the village of Eruda in Krasnoyarsk region, Russia. The launch and ramp-up of Mill 5 is planned for 2025. The project will increase Blagodatnoye's total processing capacity to up to 17 mln tonnes of ore per year. PJSC Polyus is the largest gold producer in Russia and a top 5 gold producer globally.
A dump truck transports gold-bearing soil from an open pit of the Blagodatnoye operation to the gold processing mill of the Polyus company outside the village of Eruda in Krasnoyarsk region, Russia. The Blagodatnoye mine with a capacity of about 9 million tons of ore per year is the Company's third largest mine. PJSC Polyus is the largest gold producer in Russia and a top 5 gold producer globally.
A volunteer of St. George's Ribbon campaign works at the entrance of the Rossiya Segodnya International Information Agency, in Moscow, Russia. Orange ribbons with three black stripes have become a reminder of the Soviet people's victory over Nazi Germany in the Great Patriotic War, the Eastern Front of World War II. St. George's Ribbon campaigns are held throughout Russia, as well as counties of Europe and North America.
Ataman of the village of Kirovskaya Olexandr Ogirin is pictured during a meeting with his mother Olga Ogirina in eight years being away, in the village of Muratovo, Luhansk People's Republic. Alexander lost his leg as a result of injury while serving in the LPR People's Militia.