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Bureya

(bo͝orā`ä), mountain range, Khabarovsk Territory, SE Russian Far East, extending into NE China as the Xiao Hinggan (Lesser Khingan) range. The site of the Bureya coal basin, it rises to c.7,150 ft (2,180 m) and yields iron and coal. The Bureya River, c.445 mi (720 km) long, rises in the N Bureya range and flows southwest to join the Amur River.
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With about 20 customers, including FSK EES, the company that manages the Russian power grid, as well as Bureya Power Plant, Podolskcable, and Urals Optical and Mechanical Plant, we have a strong position here and look forward to increasing our market share.
On July 9, 2003, Russia's newest hydro-electric power station, the Bureya dam, located on the Amur River in the Far Eastern Amur Region was officially inaugurated.
BUREYA STATION/ MOSCOW: North Korea's reclusive leader Kim Jong Il received a red carpet welcome Sunday in Russia's Amur region where he toured a giant power station ahead of talks with President Dmitry Medvedev.
Earlier Sunday Kim's special armored train arrived at the small Bureya station in the Amur region and smiling Russian women dressed in red national costumes offered the high-profile guest a loaf of bread and salt, in accordance with Russian tradition.
Inexhaustible is the strength of the Russian people who occupied Bureya nature," the official Korean Central News Agency quoted Kim as saying in the visitor's book.
While Kim toured the power station, his entourage cleaned and polished his armored train parked at Bureya, a tiny economically depressed town near the city of Blagoveshchensk on Russia's eastern fringes.
Kim stopped at Bureya in Amur on the second day of his 3,700-kilometer train trip to Ulan-Ude and, after a welcoming ceremony by local dignitaries, briefly toured the Bureiskaya hydro-electric station, making the trip to the plant from the train station in a limousine brought from North Korea on his special train.
Earlier on Sunday his armoured train arrived at the small Bureya station in the Amur region where smiling Russian women dressed in red national costumes offered the high-profile guest a loaf of bread and salt in accordance with Russian tradition.
While Kim toured the power station, his entourage cleaned and polished his armoured train parked at Bureya, a tiny economically depressed town on Russia s eastern fringes.