Russia's external debts advanced by $2.7bn last year and amounted to $153.5bn as of January 1, 2003, the external and public relations department of the Russian Central Bank reported. Foreign debts of state agencies decreased by $8.5bn to $104.7bn in 2002, including $103.6bn of federal state agencies.
The amount of Russian foreign debts that emerged after the collapse of the USSR was $48.4bn in 2002. Debts of the former USSR amounted to $55.3bn as of January 1, 2003.
External debts of the banking system were $15.2bn on January 1, 2003, which was $1.6bn higher than on January 1, 2002. Debts of non-financial organizations totaled $33.6bn at the beginning of 2003, which was a $9.6bn gain compared to the beginning of 2002.
Russia has been developing an energy module on the basis of the megawatt-class nuclear power plant since 2010. The spaceship needs neither sunlight nor solar batteries
There are legitimate authorities in Donetsk and Luhansk republics now, with which Russia can implement the project of the economic integration of the Donbass