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Vladimir Miklushevsky, Governor of Primorsky Krai, told Russian President Vladimir Putin about the development of the region’s socio-economic sphere

Miklushevsky reported to the head of state on the state of the region's fishery complex. According to him, it "causes a certain concern, the problems are known there." One of the problems is the aging of the fleet, which is due to the lack of a production base. The Governor hopes that the Zvezda complex will start production of fishing vessels.

The second problem is the lack of normal onshore fish processing. Miklushevsky also said that the development of the fish industry in Primorye was actively discussed with the Ministry of Agriculture, it was decided to include the program for the development of the fish industry in Primorye in the development program of the Far East, “but, of course, there is no money there, but the program for the development of the fishing industry, which is only now is being developed, no place was found. "

In addition, special attention at the meeting was paid to the spheres of children and youth sports, housing construction - the press service of the regional administration reported.

"I want to say that, in general, there is a forward movement, I mean the development of the economy, and what is most noticeable for people is the development of the social sphere. We fulfilled your instructions and commissioned a perinatal center on September 1, designed for 2 thousand difficult births per year. ", - V. Miklushevsky noted.

According to him, the region intends to continue the development of the healthcare sphere. In particular, the construction of a new medical center is planned, two helicopters of medical aviation are purchased.

Also, the governor told the head of state about how in Primorye work is being done to eliminate queues in preschool educational institutions.

The governor dwelled on the issue of sports development in detail. “This is a special concern for me, because it is very important to educate a healthy generation and a healthy population,” he said, saying that the Admiral hockey team has been created in the region, whose matches are one of the most attended in the Continental Hockey League.

To this, the President remarked that "elite sport is very important as an example to follow."

“It is important that the fan is properly educated - as far as I understand, there are no problems with the fans in hockey here at all - but it is equally important not to forget mass sports, children and youth sports,” said Vladimir Putin.

V. Miklushevsky informed the head of state that the objects of the network of children and youth sports are functioning, moreover, the regional authorities plan to build five more hockey "boxes" in the next two years (partly for the money of sponsors, the Rosneft company), and stop at they do not intend to.

The President emphasized that without the support of the Primorsky Territory Administration, children's and youth sports will not develop.

In addition, V.Putin paid special attention to V.Miklushevsky to housing construction issues.

The governor told the head of state that housing construction in Primorye "so far appears at the level of over 500 thousand square meters."

"We believe that this is an unsatisfactory picture," V. Miklushevsky stressed.

According to him, the region has already entered into the "Economical Housing" program developed by the Ministry of Construction, within the framework of which another 500 thousand square meters will be built within several years. meters of housing. Also, the regional authorities are counting on the effectiveness of individual housing construction.

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