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a city in the European part of Russia on the Volga

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The existing plants will supply the north-west of the country and central Russia, while the plant in Volgograd will supply product technology to the construction industry in southern Russia.
The duo also visited a secondary school to learn about the life of young people in Russia and toured the Volgograd College of Catering.
The militant was identified as leader of the "Kadarskaya" gang Mirzayev, a Dagestani law-enforcement source told Itar-Tass on Wednesday, adding that according to preliminary information, he might have sent two suicide bombers to Volgograd late in December 2013.
The first bomb was detonated on Sunday (29 Dec) at the main railway station of Volgograd and the second on Monday (30 Dec) at a trolley bus.
The video says two men called Suleiman and Abdurakhman carried out the Volgograd attacks on behalf of a group known as Vilayat Dagestan and linked to an Iraqi faction called Ansar al-Sunna.
Russian authorities have since heightened security in Sochi, but the State Department travel advisory warned US citizens to use public transportation with caution, citing last months attacks as well as an October suicide bombing on a Volgograd bus that killed six people.
Both were suicide attacks, and they followed a previous suicide attack in Volgograd against a bus last October that killed seven and injured 40.
And in less than three weeks, the Olympic torch reaches Volgograd, stop 117 on an epic route toward the Olympics' opening ceremony.
But Russia is more vulnerable than most, as the bombings at the Volgograd train station make clear.
COVENTRY City Council leader Ann Lucas has written to offer her condolences to the people of Volgograd after the double bombing.
The bombings at the main railway station of Volgograd and on a city trolleybus killed 34 people and wounded scores, 65 of whom are still in hospital.
2 ( ANI ): Two suicide bombings in Russian city of Volgograd just before the opening of Sochi Olympics have renewed fears that a Chechen terrorist known as the 'Russian bin Laden' may be behind the blasts.
Volgograd, a city of about one million, has been under heavy security since the Sunday and Monday attacks.
A FORMER Birmingham City Council worker has told how she was at Volgograd train station just hours before a terrorist explosion killed 17 people.
A bombing at the main railway station of the southern city of Volgograd killed 18 people on Sunday while a second strike that hit a trolleybus on Monday claimed 16 lives.