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The boundaries of the Yakutia TOP were expanded to include the Polar Star

The boundaries of the Yakutia TOP were expanded to include the Polar Star
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The Russian government approved the expansion of the borders of the Yakutia TOP. In the new territories will build a year-round children's camp "Polar Star".

According to the press service of the Ministry of Economy of Yakutia, the expansion of the ASEZ borders extends to the Northern Mosaic tourist-recreational cluster. One of the projects in the cluster is the construction of the Polar Star children's camp.

The camp will be able to relax 350 people at a time. There will also be opportunities for children's health. Contracts between the government of Yakutia and investors were concluded in 2019.

With the implementation of the project, 138 new jobs will appear in the region, and an additional 1,4 billion rubles of investments will be received in the economy of the republic. In total, with the expansion of the TOP, the authorities plan to implement an additional 23 projects with an investment of 12,5 billion rubles with the creation of 1,4 thousand jobs.

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