Yekaterinburg Agreement

12. CSSC Member States commit to restarting the negotiation process on the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. They call for restraint and continue to seek mutually acceptable solutions on the basis of previous agreements. There are currently 26 Internet service providers and 6 mobile phone operators in the city. [148] According to Ekaterinburg News, the city has signed a cooperation agreement with Russian mobile operator Vimpelcom, which operates under the Beeline brand. The partnership includes cooperation in investment and social programs focused on improving access to mobile services in the city. Beeline has launched an initiative to provide Wi-Fi services in 500 public trams and trolleybuses in Ekaterinburg. [149] Alexander Chernov, the director general of the organizing committee, signed the agreement on behalf of Ekaterinburg in 2023. The Member States of the CSM intend to introduce anti-carcinogenic and financial seat belts in the region, in close cooperation with other states and international organisations. At the beginning of the 20th century, eclecticism became a dominant influence in Ekaterinburg architecture. Buildings such as the Opera House and Ekaterinburg railway station were built in this style.

In the 1920s and 1930s, constructive construction came into force, which influenced residential complexes, industrial buildings, stadiums, etc. Architects Moses Ginzburg, Jacob Kornfeld, the Vesnina brothers, Daniel Friedman and Sigismund Dombrovsky contributed greatly to the construction of the city. More than 140 buildings in Ekaterinburg are designed in a constructivist style. [161] 11. THE ESC Member States welcome the opening of Russian-American negotiations for the development of an offensive strategic arms reduction treaty. Ekaterinburg is the administrative centre of the Svylovsk Oblast. [1] As part of the administrative units, it is, together with 29 rural communities as the city of Ekaterinburg (8), an administrative unit with the status of districts. [1] As a communal territory, the city of Ekaterinburg is united as the Ekaterinburg Urban Okrug. [9] Since 1991, the city has operated the sixth metro in Russia and the thirteenth in the CIS.

At the moment, there is a line of 9 stations. In 2015, 49.9 million passengers were carried; According to this measure, the Yekaterinburg metro is the fourth in Russia, behind the Moscow metro, St. Petersburg, and Novosibirsk Metro. [118] Although the metro is the second most popular type of public transport, its work has experienced significant problems in recent years: outdated and obsolete vehicles and a lack of modernization. [119] The tram system was established in 1929 and currently plays a leading role in the urban transportation system. The number of passengers for 2013 is 127.8 million, but this is decreasing every year (245 million people in 2013). In 2016, there were 30 lines with 459 cars. The total length of the tracks is 185.5 km. From 2016[update], the construction of an “Ekaterinburg-Verkhnyaya Pyshma” tram line was planned. [122] After the October Revolution, the family of the fallen Tsar Nicholas II was sent into internal exile in Yekaterinburg, where they were imprisoned in the Ipatiev house in the city.

In July 1918, the Czechoslovakian legions closed Yekaterinburg.