International and interregional cooperation

General information

The Government of the Nizhny Novgorod Region pays great attention to the development of international and foreign economic relations. The main focus is on attracting foreign investors, providing assistance in establishing direct business contacts between Nizhny Novgorod and foreign enterprises and forming an attractive image of the region abroad.

  • The Nizhny Novgorod Region has signed 34 agreements on cooperation with foreign regions of 18 countries, such as Abkhazia, Armenia, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Germany, Italy, China, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Poland, Serbia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, South Ossetia, Japan.
  • Traditionally partners from foreign countries demonstrate high activity, mainly from Western and Eastern Europe (Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary, Finland, France, Germany, Malta, Netherlands, Italy, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Croatia, Czech Republic), as well as from Asia, Africa and Latin America (India, China, Ivory Cost, Cuba, Japan, Republic Of Korea, Turkey).
ON THE TERRITORY OF THE REGION INTERNATIONAL AND INTERREGIONAL RELATIONS ARE CARRIED OUT AND REGULATED BY THE FOLLOWING INSTITUTIONS AND DEPARTMENTS
Ministry of Foreign Affairs office in Nizhny Novgorod

Sergey Malov

Head of Office

 

Russia, Nizhny Novgorod, Kremlin, 1 Bld., 603082

+7 (831) 439-13-45

www.nnov.mid.ru

nnov@mid.ru

Department of International Relations of the Government of the Nizhny Novgorod Region

Olga Guseva

Director

 

Russia, Nizhny Novgorod, Kremlin, 2 Bld., room 11, 603082

+7 (831) 419-84-54
+7 (831) 419-82-24
official@mvs.kreml.nnov.ru
Diplomatic and Consular Corps in Nizhny Novgorod
Office of the Embassy of the Republic of Belarus in Russian Federation

Voronkovich Vladimir

Head of Office

 

Russia, Nizhny Novgorod, Kremlin, 2 Bld., room 4, 603082

+7 (831) 439-12-76
+7 (831) 419-75-16
Honorary Consuls
Honorary Consul of France

Sergey Avdeev

 

Russia, Nizhny Novgorod, Osharskaya st., 18, room 33, 603005

+7 (831) 415-44-72
+7 (910) 147-77-74
+7 (953) 415-44-72
avdeev.sergey@me.com
Honorary Consul of Austria

Yuriy Titov

 

Russia, Nizhny Novgorod, Piskunova st., 29, room 40, 603005

+7 (831) 434-24-84
+7 (831) 418-51-01
honorarkonsul@bk.ru, 4342484@mail.ru
Honorary Consul of Abkhazia

Vladimir Litvinchuk

 

Russia, Nizhny Novgorod, Mineeva st., 29 B, room 228, 603127

+7 (831) 256-01-16
konsul-vilit@rambler.ru
Honorary Consul of Slovenia

Evgeniy Zagorodniy

 

Russia, Nizhny Novgorod, Kozhevennaya st., 4, 603001

+7 (831) 283-33-48
ezagorodny@slovenia-nn.ru
Honorary Consul of Portugal

Akasio Antonio Bashtush Durajsh Ferrejra

 

Russia, Nizhny Novgorod, Nesterova st., 9, 603005

+7 (831) 419-81-74
+7 (831) 419-58-36
acacio.duraes@gmail.com
acacio.duraes@grupogolden.net
Honorary Consul of Malta

Oleg Zaytzev

 

Russia, Nizhny Novgorod, Sovnarkomovskaya st., 13, room 209, 603086

+7 (910) 872-02-02
maltaconsul.nizhnynovgorod@gov.mt
Honorary Consul of Armenia
Alekyan Agasi

 

Russia, Nizhny Novgorod, Krasnozvezdnaya st., 39/1,  603104

+7 (831) 422-60-01

armob@bk.ru

agasi6565@gmail.com

Тел.: +7 925 036 77 27

 

REPRESENTATIVE OFFICES OF THE NIZHNY NOVGOROD REGION
Representation of the Nizhny Novgorod Region Government under the Government of the Russian Federation

Grankov Sergey

Head of Representative Office

 

7 Maly Palashevsky lane, Moscow, 123104

+7 (495) 609-05-52

official@mos.kreml.nnov.ru

www.msk.government-nnov.ru 

Representative office of the Nizhny Novgorod Region of the Russian Federation in the Republic of Belarus

Dudkin Andrey

Head of the Representative Office

 

220004, Minsk, Pobediteley Ave., 23, building 1, room 422

+7 10 (375−17) 203−65−65

+7 10 (375−17) 209−44−86

prnnov@rambler.ru

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INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION OF NIZHNY NOVGOROD REGION
COOPERATION WITH FOREIGN COUNTRIES

The Nizhny Novgorod Region progressively expands the geography of international cooperation, as well increases the intensity of bilateral cooperation with foreign countries.

 

Largest trade partners from foreign countries in 2019:

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  • In 2020, Nizhny Novgorod Region foreign trade turnover
    with non-CIS foreign countries amounted to $ 5.99 billion

  • The share of foreign countries accounted for 76.4 % of the
    total foreign trade turnover

  • Exports increased by 8.7% and amounted to
    $ 3.3 billion and imports decreased by 15% to $ 2.65 billion
    • COOPERATION WITH C.I.S.

      11 regions are partner regions of the Nizhny Novgorod region:

       

      • The Republic of Abkhazia

       

      • Armenia (Vayots-Dzor region)

       

      • Republic of Belarus (Brest region)

       

      • Republic of Belarus (Vitebsk region)

       

      • Republic of Belarus (Grodno region)

       

      • Republic of Belarus (Minsk region)

       

      • Kazakhstan (Karaganda region)

       

      • Moldova (Gagauzia)

       

      • Uzbekistan (Syrdarya region)

       

      • Tajikistan (Sughd region)

       

      • South Ossetia

      Nizhny Novgorod Region actively develops cooperation with the C.I.S. The requirement of these countries to modernize their infrastructure creates opportunities for large regional enterprises to enter and gain a foothold in the markets of these countries.

       

      • 19 agreements on cooperation with the post-Soviet countries were signed, however the work on increasing the number of such agreements does not stop

       

      • In 2020, Nizhny Novgorod Region foreign trade turnover with CIS countries amounted to $ 1.85 billion, including exports - $ 1.56 billion, imports - $ 0.27 million.

       

        

      Largest trade partners from C.I.S. in 2019:

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    • Currently, agreements on cooperation and twinning relations were signed with 28 municipalities of the CIS

    • At the end of 2020, the share of C.I.S. countries accounted for 24 % of the total foreign trade turnover – $ 1.85 billion

    • At the end of 2020, 9 С.I.S. countries were trading partners of the Nizhny Novgorod region.
    • Cooperation

      Cooperation of the Nizhny Novgorod Region with Moscow
      Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovative Development of Moscow
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