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Alexander Galushka took part in the 2014 Foresight Fleet events
In the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), a 5-day design and analytical event has ended, dedicated to the formation of a picture of the future and the development of complex development projects for the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District (FEFD) - "Foresight Fleet 2014", which was also attended by the head of the Ministry of Eastern Development Alexander Galushka , according to the press service of the department.
Representatives of medium-sized regional business, development institutions, regional and federal authorities, Russian and international experts, leaders of public and professional associations, as well as the winners of the first phase of the project to create a personnel reserve of managerial personnel in the Far Eastern Federal District took part in the work of the 2014 Foresight Fleet. - "Far Eastern call."
As a result of the work, the participants presented Alexander Galushka, Minister of the Russian Federation for the Development of the Far East, and Dmitry Peskov, Director of the Young Professionals Department of ASI, 20 projects. Platforms for the further implementation of these projects should be the territory of advanced development (TOP).
“A foresight fleet is an amazing energy atmosphere in which a community of talented and efficient people who believe in the Far East and its development was born,” Alexander Galushka noted. - But, in my opinion, the most important work we will begin right now, after the end of Forsythe, when we start talking about the feasibility of ideas and their implementation in life.
Alexander Galushka noted that there were a lot of very interesting ideas on Forsyte, some of which coincide in many respects with concrete actions and plans of the Ministry of Eastern and Eastern Development.