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Mishustin approved the national program for the development of the Far East
The Far East has its own development program. It was approved by Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin.
The main goals of the program until 2024 with the prospect of development until 2035 were to accelerate the economic development of the Far Eastern Federal District, improve the demographic situation in the macroregion, stop the migration outflow, and improve the quality of life of people in the Far East. According to the presidential decree, in the next four years, key indicators of the quality of life and economic development in the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District should grow faster than the average in Russia.
According to the Cabinet of Ministers, the program is planned to be implemented in three stages: from 2020 to 2024, from 2025 to 2030 and from 2031 to 2035. It is planned to approve an action plan for each.
The document takes into account the issues of improving the conditions of the programs "Far Eastern mortgage" and "Far Eastern hectare", issues of solving the problems of resettlement of emergency housing. While working on the national program, the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East consulted with experts, representatives of the public and business; ordinary people from the Far East also expressed their wishes.
Until 2035, at least 450 thousand new jobs should be created in the economy of the Far East. By the same date, all remote settlements must have gained aviation accessibility, for which 40 airports are being reconstructed, and they must also be connected to the Internet.
In addition, the national program provides for the creation of new tourist clusters in each of the 11 regions of the Far Eastern Federal District. Special emphasis is placed on the development of social infrastructure - the construction of new schools, kindergartens, hospitals and cultural facilities.