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The Magadan region expects from the federal budget to support two more projects in addition to developing the Natalka deposit

The governor of the Magadan region, Vladimir Pecheny, intends to seek to expand the list of projects that will receive state support as part of the development program for the Far East and the Baikal region, the regional administration website reported.

“I believe that we must provide the federal government with a justification for the inclusion in the program of a coal mining complex in the Omsukchan region with the construction of the Omsukchan-Merenga-Pestraya Dresva road and a port terminal on the coast of the Sea of ​​Okhotsk,” the press service of the regional administration quotes Vladimir Pecheny.

The Governor instructed to provide the necessary substantiation materials to the Government of the Russian Federation before 12 May.

The list of fifteen investment projects that apply for budget funding includes one project in the Magadan Region - the development of the Natalka deposit (it is being developed by Polyus Gold), the head of the region notes. The federal budget can allocate 5,5 billion rubles for the creation of its energy infrastructure. These funds will be directed to the construction of a high-voltage line Ust-Omchug-Omchak. This line will also be able to use other mining enterprises of the Tenkinsky region, including the Pavlik mine, Vladimir Pechenyi believes.

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