CES engages in discussions of Russian-Danish Cooperation Council


Photo: The Russian Transport Ministry.

Dmitry Titov, a Research Scientists with the Center for Energy Systems, attended the 11th session of the Intergovernmental Russian-Danish Economic Cooperation Council, held in Moscow on 7 February.

The forum is known to give state officials, business leaders, and experts a platform to share their views on pressing issues in our relations in an unbiased manner. This year, the program included sessions focused on bilateral cooperation in agricultural industry, energy efficiency, transport, etc. The Council featured high-ranking statesmen:  Foreign Minister Anders Samuelsen led the Danish delegation, Transport Minister Maxim Sokolov headed the Russian delegation. Alexander Abramov, the Deputy Director of the Department of International Cooperation of the Ministry of Energy of Russia, and Sergey Morozov, the Governor of the Ulyanovsk region, attended this session too.


Photo: The Russian Transport Ministry.

The event offered an excellent opportunity to make business connections and catch up with members of the Council. During the networking banquet at the “President-hotel”,  Dmitry Titov had a chance to speak about our latest development on  icing monitoring. The Danish trade mission in Moscow asked questions about our work and expressed interest in continuing communication with the Center for Energy Systems.