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The governor of the Sakhalin region instructed during the week to prepare new proposals for the creation of TOP
Acting Governor Oleg Kozhemyako during a working meeting with members of the Government and heads of executive authorities, instructed the Deputy Prime Minister Sakhalin Oblast During the week, Sergey Khotochkin will prepare new proposals for the creation of advanced development areas, the press service of the regional government reports.
During the past year, the Federal Ministry for the Development of the Far East presented several possible sites for TOP in the island region. However, none of the proposals received approval. Currently, the issue of creating other sites is being worked out, for example, in Aniva district. As possible participants of the Anivsky TOR, there are enterprises that implement projects to create a pig-breeding complex in the village of Taranay, poultry production and a feed mill, and dairy production at 1200 heads in the village of Troitsky. However, according to Oleg Kozhemyako, these initiatives, with all their necessity, can and should be implemented in the mode of separate investment projects, on the principles of public-private partnership
The head of the region proposed to study the possibilities for creating territories of advanced development in those areas where the Sakhalin region already has competitive advantages over other Far Eastern regions. For example, think about projects related to skiing that would attract tourists from other parts of the country and from abroad. One of the options could be the creation of capacities for the processing of aquatic biological resources, fish exchanges within the framework of the advanced development territory. A favorable customs regime for the fish industry, the necessary port infrastructure - all this will entail the creation of new jobs, an increase in production efficiency, and an improvement in the supply of fish and seafood to the population.
As previously reported by EastRussia, questionsimplementation of TORs in six regions - Primorye, Amur Region, Chukotka, Kamchatka, the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) and Kolyma - will be submitted to a meeting of the subcommittee on investment projects in the Far East, the press service of the Ministry of Oriental Development reported.