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Polymetal will allocate over 10 million rubles to support the indigenous minorities in the Khabarovsk Territory

The Association of Indigenous Minorities of the North of the Khabarovsk Territory, its regional branches and separate public organizations signed agreements on social and economic cooperation with Polymetal.

The gold mining company will finance a number of projects aimed at preserving and developing the traditions of the indigenous peoples of the North. The total amount of social investments for 2021 is more than 10 million rubles.

Polymetal will allocate over 10 million rubles to support the indigenous minorities in the Khabarovsk Territory
Photo: Press Service of Polymetal JSC
For example, in the Amur region, the company traditionally provides financial assistance in holding the holidays - "Spring Meeting", "Hunter's Day", "First Fish Festival". Polymetal will also support projects aimed at preserving the native language, in particular, song festivals and reading contests. In addition, gold miners will help in holding festive events dedicated to the 370th anniversary of the national village of Achan.

In the Okhotsk region, projects are traditionally planned for the development and preservation of the native language, national culture and arts and crafts. The company also supports the initiatives of the local population. For example, in the village of Arka, thanks to financial assistance from Polymetal, it is planned to implement a project to install the Children's Polyana game complex.

In the Tuguro-Chumikansky district, measures are envisaged to popularize the study of the Evenk language among young people. The company also plans to use funds to support the creative team “Yukteken” (translated from the Evenk language - “Rodnichok”) from the village of Tugur. In addition, Polymetal will assist the regional delegation, which plans to go to the traditional culture festival of the indigenous peoples of the North Treasures of the North in Moscow.

For more than three years in the village named after Polina Osipenko, the company has been helping the local national cultural center, which is located in the rural recreation center. With the financial support of Polymetal, performances were organized in the national language, and the local ensemble was able to sew costumes for the performances. This year, with the assistance of the company, it is planned to hold anniversary events of the national village of Vladimirovka and purchase a table with kinetic sand for the development of children for a rural kindergarten.

The reindeer-breeding communities of the Okhotsk and Tuguro-Chumikansky regions will also receive financial assistance. With the support of the company, they will be able to purchase food kits, overalls, tent material for arranging a temporary camp, as well as salt for feeding the reindeer herd.

Within the framework of cooperation, the company will finance the publication of a book dedicated to the contribution of the indigenous peoples of the North during the Great Patriotic War. In addition, Polymetal will sponsor the publication of two books - about the works of Maxim Belda and Dmitry Vayzgun, as well as a photo album entitled Ethnic Necklace of the Far East.

“Polymetal has been fruitfully cooperating with the Association of Indigenous Minorities of the North in the Khabarovsk Territory for more than ten years. During this time, over a hundred socially significant projects have been implemented in the regions where the company operates. For example, at the expense of the company's financial assistance, we conduct various training sessions for our craftsmen in the field of decorative and applied arts. We show their creativity and talents throughout the Khabarovsk Territory, we also sent a delegation to Moscow, "said Lyubov Odzyal, head of the Association of Indigenous Minorities of the Khabarovsk Territory.

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