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Who will introduce tomorrow the first three sites of TOP

Tomorrow, a meeting of the Sub-Commission on the implementation of investment projects in the Far East will take place, at which the approval of the first priority development areas (TOR) and the selection of investment projects is expected.

According to EastRussia, Minvostokrazvitiya submits for the consideration of the Subcommission three sites TOP and seven investment projects, the most prepared for implementation. Of the three sites, two are located in the Khabarovsk Territory, one in Primorye. Each of the proposed projects will be presented by a high-ranking speaker from the region and a representative of the anchor investor.

As EastRussia was informed in the press service of the Primorsky Territory today, the regional site "Nadezhdinskaya" will be represented by the first vice governor Vasily Usoltsev. We also note that after yesterday's rotation, carried out in the team of the Governor of Primorye Vladimir Miklushevsky, the project to form the Nadezhdinsky TOR was headed by Nikolai Dubinin, the former director of the regional department of economics.

Governor Vyacheslav Shport from the Khabarovsk Territory will take part in the Meeting, according to the official website of the Regional Government.

It is known that the event will be held under the chairmanship of the vice-premier - presidential envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District Yuri Trutnev. It will also be attended by the Minister of the Russian Federation for the Development of the Far East, Alexander Galushka and the profile staff of this ministry.

Details of the upcoming event told EastRussia Alexander Osipov, First Deputy Minister for the Development of the Far East.

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