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The agro-industrial park in the framework of TOR can fully provide Kolyma people with products - Vladimir Pecheny

The agro-industrial park of Kolyma, which is among the possible projects for the creation of the Territories of the advanced development, will be able to fully provide the inhabitants of the region with their products. As reported by MagadanMedia, this was stated by the governor of the Magadan region Vladimir Pecheny after the inter-regional meeting on tax breaks held in Vladivostok under the plenipotentiary of the president in the Far Eastern Federal District Yury Trutnev.

“We will continue to promote the project to create an agro-industrial park, which is more important for us not in the economic sphere, but in the direction of food security, that is, providing Kolyma residents with our products. In principle, work in this direction has already begun: a production of broiler chickens has been opened in the region, ”the governor said.

Speaking in general, the projects that will form the basis of the created TOP, Vladimir Pechenyi said that they are primarily related to the mining industry. “Within the framework of TOR projects, this is the development of deposits in the Yano-Kolyma gold province, the construction of the largest gold mining enterprises in Russia - the Matrosov mine and the gold mining company at the Pavlik deposit. A promising project, which is already well developed today, remains the plan to create the Omsukchan coal cluster. This is an export-oriented project designed for the Asia-Pacific region, ”he explained. “Already today, the projects I have listed are being implemented and, I think, will be launched, and preferential conditions will create additional opportunities for increasing capacities and creating new jobs,” the governor said.

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