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Belogorsk was excluded from the list of single-industry towns
Belogorsk in the Amur Region is excluded from the list of single-industry towns of Russia. This decision was made in the government of the Russian Federation. The head of the city, Stanislav Melyukov, considers this news to be positive.
In the interview Interfax He stated that he had been waiting for this decision for 2,5 years. In the context of the creation of the Belogorsk ASEZ, the status of "mono" in his opinion, made the city depressive.
Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin set the goal of reducing the number of single-industry towns in Russia. The legal problem prevented its implementation in the Amur Region - there were no criteria for the exclusion of Belogorsk from the list.
Now in the Amur region there are only four single-industry towns. Among them are Svobodny, Tynda, Raichikhinsk and the village of Progress.