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Alexander Galushka met with senators from the regions of the Far East
Alexander Galushka met with senators from the Far Eastern and Baikal regions. During a meeting with members of the Federation Council, Minister for the Development of the Far East Alexander Galushka discussed a package of draft laws aimed at creating priority development areas in the Russian Federation. The meeting took place on the eve of the consideration of one of the laws included in the aforementioned package - "On Amendments to Part Two of the Tax Code of the Russian Federation in Connection with the Adoption of the Federal Law" On Territories of Advanced Social and Economic Development in the Russian Federation ", which will be submitted to the upper houses of parliament on November 26.
Alexander Galushka emphasized the uniqueness of the order of work on the creation of priority development territories. "The subjects of the federation, even before the adoption of the law, are involved in the creation of the TOP", - said the Minister, talking about the process of selecting sites for future growth points. Moreover, without a federal law, the budget has already reserved 42 billion rubles for three years. Work is underway with potential investors: memorandums have been signed with a number of the world's largest companies.
“TOP is a crystallization point around which new activity grows. It is no longer a secret for anyone that the Ministry of Industry and Trade is planning to create industrial parks in the orbit of the TOP, ”said Alexander Galushka.
Responding to questions, the minister also said that the new edition provides for the preservation in the territories of priority development of the so-called "northern" payments. Alexander Galushka reminded the representatives of the Baikal regions, who favor the creation of priority development areas in their subjects, that three years after the law came into force, it would be possible to create TOR throughout the country.