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Miklushevsky met with representatives of the SCO

Primorye Governor Vladimir Miklushevsky 28 September XNUMX met with members of the Diplomatic Club of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), who came to a regular meeting in Primorye, the press service of the head of the region.

At the meeting, Vladimir Miklushevsky spoke about important investment projects being implemented today in Primorye - the creation of a petrochemical cluster, the construction of VNHK and LNG plants, a modern shipyard in Bolshoy Kamen, the production of auto components and engines at the Sollers plant in Vladivostok.

"To attract investors, we adopted a law on tax incentives for greenfields. On the territory of the Sollers plant, a special economic zone of an industrial-production type was created by the decision of the Government. Next year, a project on the production of automobile engines for export to Japan and China will be realized here, "the head of the region stressed.

Vladimir Miklushevsky also noted that the creation of a fish cluster will be another important project for Primorye. SCO Secretary General Dmitry Mezentsev emphasized that the SCO diplomatic club arrived in Primorye for the second time.

“The first event of the plan of Russia's presidency in the SCO was the second meeting of Ministers of Justice of the SCO member states, which took place on September 19 on the 2014 of the FEFU campus on Russky Island,” he said.

Representatives of the People's Republic of China, Republics of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, India, Mongolia, Pakistan and the Republic of Turkey arrived in Primorye.

In September, 2014, Russia took over as the chairman of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization. As part of the chairmanship, Russia intends to hold more 100 social events.

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