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Atomflot CEO Appointed

  • Atomflot CEO AppointedMustafa Kashka was appointed CEO of Atomflot, the icebreaking division of Rosatom Corp., w.e.f. February 26.

    He replaces in this position Vyacheslav Ruksha, who was appointed Head of the Directorate, Deputy CEO of Rosatom in July, 2018.

    M.Kashka is a graduate of the Novorossiysk-based Admiral Ushakov Maritime Academy. He started his maritime career with Murmansk Shipping Co, worked on board the nuclear icebreakers “Arktika”, “Rossiya” and “SIbir”. In 2008, he joined Atomflot.






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