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Yegor Borisov invited Turkish investors to extract minerals in Yakutia

President of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) Yegor Borisov 9 June held a meeting with representatives of the business community of the Republic of Turkey. The parties discussed cooperation in the field of construction, air transportation, mining, etc.

Thus, representatives of the Turkish delegation had previously held talks at the Ministry of Architecture and Construction of the RS (Y) and expressed hope for mutually beneficial cooperation in terms of investments in social projects: schools, hospitals and kindergartens.

Representative of the Moscow office of Turkish Airlines, Mefail Deribash, discussed options for joint work with the heads of Yakutia airlines and Yakutsk airport and expects to organize regular flights to Turkey via Moscow in the near future.

The representative of the State Bank of Turkey "Ziraat" Avni Demirdji and the representative of the largest private bank in Turkey "Ishbank" held talks with the management of AKB Almazergienbank OJSC.

Egor Borisov, in turn, invited Turkish investors to the mining industry: “Today, no more than 10% of the republic’s total mineral reserves have been studied, and their value is about 3 trillions of dollars. I will be glad to see any Turkish company that would own a deposit in Yakutia and would become famous throughout the world. For example, for the extraction of rare earth metals, antimony, tin, which we have a lot. Not to mention coal, oil, gas and iron ore. ”

The Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey to the Russian Federation promised that as soon as he returns to Moscow, he will begin selecting investors for the possible construction of a hotel in Yakutsk, which will inform the Minister of Economy of the Republic Valery Maksimov, who is responsible for establishing relations with Turkey.

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