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Specialists from Ukraine are waiting for the Zvezda shipyard


The Far East plant "Zvezdy" plans to hire specialists from Ukraine from January 1, 2015, said in EastRussia interview CEO of the plant Yuri Filchenok.

“From January 1, 2015, the status of the closed city of the Big Stone will be canceled. This will allow the citizens of Ukraine to easily get a job at the plant. Now they cannot work here until they receive a Russian passport, ”explained the general director of the enterprise.

According to him, the salary at the plant is one of the highest in the industry. Yuri Filchenok said that the management of the "Star" hopes that the residents of Ukraine will soon come to work here. "We are interested in all specialists associated with shipbuilding and ship repair, and we hope that in 2015 we will be able to recruit a certain number of employees. We are doing the necessary applications on this part, we have quite a serious centralization of these issues from the United Shipbuilding Corporation, but we are waiting for 1 January. While specialists from Ukraine we do not have, "- added the general director of the" Stars ".

It is planned to build three residential districts for the new employees of the plant. They have already allocated three plots of land in the Great Stone, but the construction has not yet started because of the financial issue.

The Zvezda plant is the leading enterprise for the repair of submarines of the Pacific Fleet and the only one in the Far East that specializes in the repair, re-equipment and modernization of ships of nuclear submarine missile carriers.

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