Sergey Grishin, the President of the Holding company "Novatrans", and a former Deputy Minister of Railways of the Russian Federation, visited the office of Skyway in Minsk. In a personal conversation with the General designer Anatoly Yunitskiy the expert evaluated Skyway transport system.
Here is the first part of the video interview. The following releases are coming soon.
Biography: Sergey Grishin – President of the Holding company "Novatrans"; former Deputy Minister of Railways of the Russian Federation (2000−2002); born on December 21, 1957 in Irkutsk. He graduated from the Irkutsk Institute of railway transport engineers on the specialty "engineer of means of communication on operation of railways" in 1980; 1980 − on duty in the transport park of Tayshet station of the East Siberian railway (the city of Tayshet of the Irkutsk region); 1980−1982 − military service in the Soviet Army; from 1982 to 1992 worked as a shunt dispatcher, chief engineer of Tayshet station, Deputy Head of the traffic Department of Tayshet branch, the Head of the Tayshet station, the head of the Tayshet branch of East Siberian railway; 1992−1997 − Head of the Irkutsk branch, Deputy Head of East Siberian railway (Irkutsk); in 1997−1999 − first Deputy Head of the West Siberian railway (Novosibirsk); 1999−2000 − Deputy Head, Head of the Department of transportation of the Ministry of Railways of the Russian Federation; in May 2000 he was appointed Deputy Minister of Railways of the Russian Federation, in August 2002 was released from the post at his own request.