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The Cabinet of Ministers approves the program of support for the indigenous peoples of the Arctic
The government of the Russian Federation has approved a program of traditional economic activities of the indigenous small-numbered peoples of the Arctic. The program includes six main areas. The Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East will work out a detailed action plan for the implementation of the program.
Document approved by the head of the Russian government Mikhail Mishustin. Thus, the development of industrial and technological infrastructure in the Arctic provides for subsidizing the costs of entrepreneurs and agricultural producers for the purchase of equipment for processing meat and fish. Measures will be developed to provide small peoples with mobile communications and the Internet.
The next point of the program is the promotion of products of traditional economic activities in the domestic and international markets. The few will be helped by organizing exhibitions and preparing marketing materials. They will also teach certification and licensing of products, as well as building logistics. Part of export costs to producers will be reimbursed by the state.
To popularize small and medium-sized businesses, it is planned to create a center for the development of traditional entrepreneurship. The next direction of the program is devoted to the development of the tourism industry in the places of residence of indigenous peoples - it is planned to subsidize the costs of creating new tourist facilities.
It is also planned to develop an educational standard in the direction of "Northern Economy Specialist" and to issue additional scholarships for students - representatives of the indigenous peoples of the Arctic, if their future specialty is related to traditional economic activities. It is also planned to provide such young specialists with subsidies for the purchase of housing.