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The Head of the Ministry of Regional Development and the Governor of the Kamchatka Territory discussed the sustainable development of the indigenous peoples of Kamchatka
Improving the quality of life of indigenous minorities is one of the priorities of the state policy of the Russian Federation. The Minister of Regional Development Igor Slyunyaev said this at a meeting with the Governor of the Kamchatka Territory Vladimir Ilyukhin, the press service of the Ministry of Regional Development reported.
The state policy in the field of sustainable development of small indigenous peoples is aimed at ensuring their ethnocultural development, protecting the original habitat and traditional way of life, ensuring rational use of natural resources and developing environmentally friendly types of tourism and traditional economic sectors, the head of the ministry recalled.
Igor Slyunyaev, noted the active work of the regional authorities in the development of civil society institutions and various forms of self-government among the indigenous minorities. During the meeting, the realization of the right of indigenous peoples of the region to priority access to fishing grounds and hunting grounds, to biological resources in the places of their traditional residence and traditional economic activity was discussed. In addition, the issue of modernization of the social infrastructure was raised: the construction of schools, hospitals, kindergartens, sports and cultural facilities.
Vladimir Ilyukhin presented to the head of the Ministry of Regional Development the results of the implementation in the province of the second stage of the Concept of Sustainable Development of Indigenous Peoples of the North, Siberia and the Far East of the Russian Federation approved by the Government of the Russian Federation from 12 October 2012 No. 1906 r.