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The Ministry of Transport can abandon two projects for the construction of terminals for transshipment of coal to the Far East

At a meeting with the Minister of Transport Maxim Sokolov, the possibility of abandoning several projects for the development of ports in the Far East was discussed - Vedomosti reports, citing a representative of the Ministry of Transport and the meeting participants.

We can talk about projects for the construction of terminals for transshipment of coal: one - in the Sukhodol Bay with a capacity of 20 million tons of coal per year (project of the SDS holding and Volga Group), the other - in the Vera Bay with a capacity of 20 million tons (project "RT-Global Resources" ), the interlocutors said.

The SDS project and the Volga Group are included in the federal target program for the development of the Far East and the Baikal region at 2014-2018. Total investment in the project - 18 billion rubles, including from the budget - 2,8 billion rubles. A spokesman for the Volga Group says that the company has not yet received documents on the refusal of the project from the Ministry of Transport.

The project "RT - Global Resources" is not included in any federal target program. Total investments amount to 19,7 billion rubles. A representative of Rostec said that no special decisions had been made on this project at the meeting.

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