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Experts "Vostokgosplan" identified "red zones" on the territory of the Khabarovsk Territory and proposed "to optimize the settlement system"

According to the results of the study, the lion's share of the territory of the region turned out to be depressed

Experts from Vostokgosplan identified “red zones” on the territory of the Khabarovsk Territory and suggested
Experts of the FANU "Vostokgosplan" (a subordinate institution of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East) conducted a comparative assessment of the economic state, dynamics and possibilities of endogenous development of the territories of the municipalities of the Khabarovsk Territory. The results of the study are reported in a press release sent out to the media by the organization. 

“Based on the results of the work carried out, we divided all the municipalities of the region according to a set of parameters into three color groups (development zones):“ green zone ”- developing territories (growth points); "Yellow zone" - territories in which problems are noted in certain areas, including economic stagnation, and there is a threat of the formation of depression; "Red zone" - problem areas in which there are signs of depression, "- analysts explain.

The research results are reflected in the illustration attached to the press release. In quantitative terms, municipalities of the "red zone" and "yellow zone" prevail (8 and 5 municipalities of the region, respectively), including the second large city of the Khabarovsk Territory - Komsomolsk-on-Amur, - explains FANU "Vostokgosplan". At the same time, the main population of the region (65,4%) lives in the “green zone”, primarily in the Khabarovsk agglomeration.

On the basis of the assessment, analysts believe, it is possible to propose the use of differentiated public policy measures to stimulate the development of individual territories. In particular, for the municipalities of the "green zone" it is proposed to focus on creating general conditions that stimulate economic growth, and for the "yellow zone" - to provide support in solving development problems, activating the endogenous resources of the territory and overcoming the risks of depression.

For the "red zone", which made up most of the territory of the region, experts see the need for external assistance in the format of development projects to activate the existing potential (if any), optimize the settlement system, and support measures for the population.

As noted in the press release, the assessment was carried out in accordance with the state assignment approved by the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, within the framework of the research work "Study of the problems and possibilities of overcoming local depression (on the example of the Far Eastern macroregion)". The study compared the indicators of economic and social development: income of the economy (business entities), economic activity, the state of the economic environment, dynamics of the population of municipalities, indicators of living conditions of the population, the volume of own revenues of municipal budgets.

Let us remind you that these days there is a working trip of the Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation - Plenipotentiary of the President of the Russian Federation in the Far Eastern Federal District Yuri Trutnev to the Khabarovsk Territory. The plenipotentiary visited the Khabarovsk shipyard and assessed the readiness of the region for the flood on the river. Amur.

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