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Kamchatka Krai: Results - 2014
EastRussia.ru continues the cycle of publications "The Far East - Results of 2014". Expert materials are published on tangible achievements and shortcomings in the development of the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District. The results of the year in Sakhalin Oblast, Khabarovsk и Primorsky Territory, Republic of Sakha (Yakutia). Today's publication is dedicated to Kamchatka region.
2014 year in Kamchatka marked the beginning of a new stage in the development of the region, which promises him considerable prospects. The region was able to enlist the support of the federal authorities, who see Kamchatka as one of the main growth points in the Far Eastern Federal District.
The variety of projects in the region is impressive. Thus, one of the visible results of cooperation between the region and the center was the inclusion of the Kamchatka ASEZ among the highest priorities. This project primarily involves the development of the port infrastructure of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, it is closely linked to the plans of the federal authorities for the development of the Arctic and the Northern Sea Route: Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky is intended to become the most important transport hub, closing the NSR from the east. During the discussion of the projects, relations were strengthened between the government of the Kamchatka Territory and the Federal Agency for Sea and River Transport, as well as FSUE “Rosmorport”. Their agreements presuppose the modernization of the Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky sea trade port, which until now had rather local significance. The port is expected to build a container terminal, reconstruct berths, and create an infrastructure for cruise shipping.
And although the region's projects are not so profitable to turn Kamchatka from the recipient into a donor of the federal budget. But in any case, the region has the opportunity to play the role of one of the development centers of the Russian Far East, and not its far periphery, and this can already be considered a breakthrough.