The tournament was arranged on the initiative and with the participation of the Youth Movement "TITAN-2". In addition to the delegation from Turkey, leaders of the company’s Youth Movement from Seversk, Kurchatov and Norilsk arrived in Sosnovy Bor.

The first game took place on the open basketball court in Sokolova Street. Specialists from the TITAN-2 holding took part in the construction of this sports facility. The final match took place in the hall of the Children's and Youth Sports School, following which the Akkuyu NPP team became the winner of the tournament with a score of 47:37. The athletes of both teams were actively supported by their colleagues.

In addition to sports competitions, an extensive program of events was arranged for guests. They visited the museum of construction organizations of the TITAN-2 holding and the production workshop for the production of TPL pipelines, visited the walls of the ancient Russian fortress of Koporye, where they tried pancakes and Koporye tea, got acquainted with the nature of Sosnovy Bor and its surroundings, and tried their hand at “Tsar’s fishing”. Participants of the international gathering saw Peterhof Park and the Tsarskoye Selo Museum-Reserve, took a ride on the high-speed Meteor along the Gulf of Finland, and took an evening boat trip along the rivers and canals of St. Petersburg. The program ended with an acquaintance with the wild nature of the North-West and a hiking trip to Yastrebinoye Lake in Karelia.

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The TITAN-2 Holding is a Russian group of companies that builds nuclear facilities. Organisations of the Holding perform the whole cycle of works, from development of basic design documentation to facility commissioning.

The TITAN-2 Holding is the general contractor for construction of the new power units of the Leningrad NPP. At the construction site, the organisations of the Holding perform all civil construction, installation, and electric installation works.

The Holding participates in the construction of Akkuyu NPP in Turkey, Paks II NPP in Hungary and El-Dabaa NPP in Egypt.