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Two Chukchi projects are represented in the Ministry of Regional Development of Russia for selection as a TOP in the Far Eastern Federal District
The governor of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug Roman Kopin took part in a meeting with Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, which was held in Khabarovsk, the press service of the Chukotka government reports. Among other things, the Prime Minister discussed with the heads of the Far Eastern subjects the creation of territories for advanced development in the Far East.
The head of the region noted that Chukchi TORs were not included in the first approved the government of the Russian Federation, however, in the region, work in this direction continues. "The Chukotka government continues to work to promote strategic comprehensive investment projects that ensure the priority development of the district - the development of deposits of the Baim ore zone and the Bering coal basin... Both are presented to the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East for selection as a TASED in the Far Eastern Federal District ", - the governor said.
Let us add that Roman Kopin also voiced a number of proposals of the government of Chukotka concerning the primary problems and tasks that require operative federal support in 2015. In particular, this concerns the provision of funds for the liquidation of interterritorial cross-subsidization in the power industry before the end of the decommissioning of Bilibino NPP, the development of passenger air transportation on intraregional and main airlines, the reconstruction of Pevek airport.
Recall that in late March, the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation signed two resolutions - on the approval of the list of investment projects in the Far Eastern Federal District that will receive state support, and on the powers of the Ministry of Regional Development for the implementation of projects for the areas of outpacing socio-economic development in the Far Eastern Federal District.