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Jewish Autonomous Region celebrated 80-year anniversary

2 September Jewish Autonomous Region celebrated 80-year anniversary. The solemn meeting devoted to this event was held in the Birobidzhan regional philharmonic society, the press service of the regional government reported. Andrei Motovilov, Deputy Plenipotentiary of the President of the Russian Federation in the Far Eastern Federal District, Yu Shaiyan, Deputy Chairman of the People's Government of Heilongjiang Province, Su Fuqiu, Consul General of the People's Republic of China in Khabarovsk, Berl Lazar, Chief Rabbi of Russia, the delegation of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) bodies of state power of the region, honorary guests.

The government telegram to the governor and residents of the Jewish Autonomous Region from Russian President Vladimir Putin was read by Deputy Plenipotentiary Envoy of the President Andrei Motovilov. The head of state noted the important role of the Jewish autonomy in the self-determination of the nation, the development of Jewish culture and relations with the Jewish community not only in Russia. The text of the telegram says that the last decades have become a new milestone in the development of the region and serious investment projects implemented on its territory that will help solve the most important socio-economic tasks set by the country's leadership in front of the Far East regions will contribute to its further development.

Governor of the Jewish Autonomous Region Alexander Vinnikov made a speech at the solemn meeting. He noted that today the Jewish Autonomous Region is the only autonomous region in Russia. Historically, it was the first state formation of the Jews. “We can say that our region was literally created by the whole world. This is one of its unique features,” the governor emphasized. “Its first builders were mainly ideological volunteers, as well as people who traveled to these lands in search of a better life. what they did, otherwise than labor and simply a heroic deed. " Alexander Vinnikov noted that each anniversary of the region opens up new and returns the undeservedly forgotten names of fellow countrymen, whom the inhabitants of the region have the right to be proud of.

Alexander Vinnikov also said that today many enterprises with a long history are confident in the current economic conditions. For example, most recently marked its 65-year anniversary of the flagship of the regional industry - Teploozersky Cement Plant, which is constantly increasing output. The Birobidzhan plant of power transformers continues to develop, the second step was taken by the Kuldur brucite mine in recent years. The largest employer and taxpayer of the region will soon be the Kimkano-Sutarsky ore mining and processing enterprise. In many ways, this project is connected with another infrastructure project, no less significant for the region, on the construction of a cross-border bridge across the Amur, which will open a new page not only in the development of international relations, but also in the further development of the Far Eastern subjects of the federation.

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