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The Amur-Yakutian highway will increase the export potential of enterprises of the Far East

Transport and logistics hubs uniting the railway, road and airport networks will be formed in the Primorsky and Khabarovsk Territories and the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia). This will ensure cargo turnover and international transit of goods and passengers with a focus on the countries of the Asia-Pacific region. The Minister of Professional Education of Yakutia Dmitry Glushko spoke about the staffing of the Amur-Yakutsk main line under construction at the International Conference "Personnel Policy", reports IA YakutiaMedia.

"At present, an operating system of vocational education and training for railway transport has been created in the republic. The supporting educational organization in this system is the Transport College in the village of Nizhny Bestyakh. Also, since the 90s, training for the construction and operation of Amuro - The Yakutsk railway line is run by the South Yakutsk Technological College and the Aldan Polytechnic College, graduating in total over 1,5 specialists, ”Dmitry Glushko said.

To date, within the framework of the development program for the Far East in Yakutia, two Territories of socio-economic development are being created - for the production of diamonds and jewelry "Diamond Valley" and for the production of composite materials and products from basalt fiber "Composite cluster".

To increase the export potential of extractive enterprises and ensure transport accessibility for the regions of the Far East in the Primorsky, Khabarovsk Krai and the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), transport and logistics nodes will be formed. They will combine rail, road and airport networks, as well as warehouse infrastructure. This will ensure foreign trade and intraregional freight turnover and international transit of cargo and passengers with an orientation towards the countries of the Asia-Pacific region.

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