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At the Russian-Chinese EXPO, tentatively concluded contracts worth more than 230 million dollars - Ministry of Regional Development
Konstantin Shkred, Director of the Department of International Relations, Development of Interregional and Cross-Border Cooperation, presented a report on the results of the participation of the delegation of the Ministry of Regional Development of Russia headed by Minister of Regional Development Igor Slyunyaev in the First Russian-Chinese Expo, the ministry’s press service reported.
Within the framework of the exhibition, expositions of 30 subjects of the Russian Federation were presented. One of the central events of the EXPO business program was the Days of Russian Regions organized by the Ministry of Regional Development of Russia, which were attended by representatives of 20 subjects from 6 federal districts.
According to the results of the regional presentations that have taken place today, foreign trade contracts worth more than 230 million dollars have been preliminarily concluded, protocols and agreements of intent have been signed for approximately 840 million dollars.
In the framework of the Days of the Russian regions signed: ten contracts by representatives of business circles of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) and China; an agreement between the Government of the Trans-Baikal Territory and the Government of Heilongjiang Province on the creation of the Amazar trade and economic cooperation zone; Sakhalin Oblast and Heilunjiang Province Twin Cities.
In addition, an agreement was reached to intensify joint work to create integrated woodworking production in the Sakhalin Region.
The second event organized by the Ministry of Regional Development of Russia was a round table on the intermediate results of the implementation of the Program of Cooperation between the Far East and Eastern Siberia regions of the Russian Federation and the Northeast of the People's Republic of China (2009-2018).
During the roundtable, participants discussed the implementation of 10 investment projects implemented under the Cooperation Program: Project for the development of the Berezovsky iron ore deposit; The project for the development of the Noyon-Tologoi polymetallic ore deposit; Construction of a cement plant in the Olovyanninsky region; Construction of the microdistrict "Yuzhny" in the village. Zabaikalsk; Development of the Udokan copper deposit (all - Trans-Baikal Territory); Development of the "Northern residential area" of the city of Blagoveshchensk (Amur region); Creation of a mining and metallurgical cluster in the Amur Region (Amur Region and the Jewish Autonomous Region); Construction of the Nizhneleninsky timber industry complex; Construction of the Pashkovsky timber processing complex (both - EAO); Complex building of 104 microdistricts in the southwestern part of the Oktyabrsky district of Ulan-Ude (Republic of Buryatia).
As part of the EXPO, a meeting was held between Minister of Regional Development Igor Slyunyayev and Vice-Chairman of the PRC State Committee for Development and Reform, Lin Nyansu, as part of which an updated list of 35 investment projects, a draft Memorandum on the procedure for making changes and additions to the Annex to the Program and a draft provisions for the Working Group on Evaluation, Selection and Support of Key Cooperation Projects.
"In general, the First Russian-Chinese EXPO was fruitful both for the Ministry of Regional Development of Russia and for the subjects of the Russian Federation," said Konstantin Shkred.