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Ministry of Eastern Development submitted to the government a draft decree on the development of the Far Eastern Federal District
The Ministry of East Development has submitted to the Russian government a draft presidential decree on measures to accelerate the socio-economic development of the Far East. The document was agreed by all federal executive bodies.
According to the head of the ministry, Alexander Kozlov, the measures of social and economic development that will be approved by the decree (national program) will not duplicate national projects. The document provides for the sustainable growth of the population, the growth of economic development indicators, improving the quality of life above the average Russian level.
According to the press service of the Ministry for the Development of the Far East, it is planned to increase the competitiveness of federal universities in the Far East, bring 85% of roads in settlements with a population of more than 20 thousand people to normative conditions, and ensure year-round accessibility of long-distance, interregional and local air transportation.
A list of economic indicators has also been identified: the development of an aerospace cluster and a national center for gas processing and gas chemistry in the Amur Region, the development of aircraft building clusters in the Khabarovsk Territory and Buryatia, the creation of logistics complexes in the Jewish Autonomy and Transbaikalia, international tourist and recreation centers in Kamchatka, Bolshoi Ussuriysky Island Khabarovsk Territory, on Sakhalin and the Kuril Islands, the development of a world-class scientific, educational and technological cluster on Russky Island in Primorye, is developed e medklasterov in the Trans-Baikal region and the Chukotka region, oil and gas production centers in Sakhalin and Yakutia.