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125 million euros provided by European banks for the gasification project of the Far East

During the meeting between the Governor of Primorsky Krai, Vladimir Miklushevsky, and the head of the European Union Delegation to the Russian Federation, Vygaudas Ushackas, the presence of European investments in the region was noted, in particular, through credit programs.

In particular, 100 million euros from the European Investment Bank and 25 million euros from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development was allocated to a project for the gasification of cities in the Far East, during which electricity generation will be transferred from coal to gas.

Usackas said that the European Investment Bank offers favorable credit conditions in three main areas: support for small and medium-sized businesses, financing energy efficiency projects and modernization of municipal infrastructure. The latter was noted by Miklushevsky as a potentially mutually beneficial point of cooperation.

In addition, education is an area of ​​active interaction at the state level. “Last year, Russian scientists became the most active participants in major research and science programs, funding of which reached 80 billion euros. 2014 between Russia and the EU has been declared the Year of Science and our largest educational programs are still open for the participation of Russian scientists, "added the Head of the European Union Delegation to the Russian Federation.

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