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"The Torah in Chukotka will be different"

"The Torah in Chukotka will be different"

Roman Kopin

Governor of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug
Special project TORA and Free Port

Roman Kopin, Governor of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug:

- We consider TORs as an instrument for the development of the Chukotka economy. We know that the first TOR of the Khabarovsk Territory will be engaged in the production of components for the aviation plant in Komsomolsk-on-Amur, one of the territories of the Amur Region - the development of the space industry.

The main potential of Chukotka is subsoil use. It is the mineral resource base that is the main driver for the growth of our economy. At the same time, we understand that only boosting economic incentives will allow achieving real indicators. Now, together with the Ministry of Social Development, we are working on specifying the parameters for determining the TOP of Chukotka. Perhaps, based on a number of features of our district, they will differ somewhat from those defined for other regions of the Far East. For example, we consider the Chaun-Bilibinsky hub as a single cluster with common logistics, infrastructure, roads, energy.

Perhaps, the TORs will not become a universal recipe, but they will allow to solve problems point-by-point and launch subsequent development mechanisms along the chain. These are original locomotives, which promote forward movement.

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