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Kamchatka and Tatarstan signed an agreement on cooperation

9 August The Governor of the Kamchatka Territory, Vladimir Ilyukhin, and the President of the Republic of Tatarstan, Rustam Minninkhanov, signed an agreement on trade and economic, scientific, technical, social and cultural cooperation between the regions, the governor’s press service reports.

“The agreement and agreements that arise between the Kamchatka Territory and Tatarstan will bring us only positive things, they have a high economic potential. Moreover, under the conditions of sanctions, we must feel the "elbow of a neighbor", support each other, - I said, Vladimir Ilyukhin. - Kamchatka has an enormous amount of aquatic biological resources, our enterprises produce high quality products. We are ready to supply fish to Tatarstan. "

The agreement provides for cooperation in the field of transport, construction, forestry, environmental protection and environmental management, high technologies, tourism, education, interethnic and interfaith relations, health care, physical education and sports, youth policy, labor, employment and social protection of the population.

“I think the development of small business, innovation and IT technologies is very important for the Kamchatka region. And we could be your partner in this direction, many software products that we already use at our place can make your life easier, ” - noted Rustam Minninhanov.

Vladimir Ilyukhin, in his turn, noted that the training of Kamchatka people in universities of Tatarstan, as well as the possible opening of direct flights between Kazan and the peninsula, are of great interest.

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