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The governor of the Jewish Autonomous Region informed Vladimir Putin about the socio-economic situation in the region

The governor of the Jewish Autonomous Region, Alexander Vinnikov, met with Russian President Vladimir Putin and informed about the socio-economic situation in the region, the Kremlin press service reports.

In particular, Vinnikov said that in general, the results of the first half of the year can be called satisfactory compared with the corresponding period of last year. The industrial production index was 118 percent. The greatest increase was given by the extraction and processing of mineral resources, primarily due to an increase in the production of cement.

Vladimir Putin said that he plans to personally check the progress of work on the restoration of housing in the regions of the Far East. “In total, we need to build 731 residential premises. Of this number, 253 have expressed a desire to receive certificates. Today we need to build 478 residential premises, 178 houses, including five apartment buildings,” Vinnikov commented on the situation with housing.

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