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The first three TOPs and six investment projects of the Far East

Today a meeting of the Government Sub-Commission on the implementation of investment projects in the Far East was held. 

As a result of the meeting, all three declared priority development areas were adopted, namely the Khabarovsk ASEZ (specialization: industrial, transport and logistics, food), Komsomolsk ASEZ (industrial area), Nadezhdinskaya ASEZ (specialization: transport, light and food industry).

Budgetary funding for TOPs will be carried out through state programs in the amount of 6,2 billion rubles. The volume of announced private investments is 50,48 billion rubles. A decrease in the volume of funds due to a 10% reduction in all budgetary expenditures of the country, according to Yuri Trutnev, is not planned. “On the contrary,” explains the Presidential Envoy to the Far East, “we will try to increase the amount of funds, I talked about this the other day with the Minister of Finance.”   

At the same time, Yuri Trutnev noted that the question is about the ratio of 50% to 50% when asked about the joint financing of the territories of advanced development by the federal and regional budgets.

The outcome of the meeting was also the adoption of six of the seven announced investment projects. Only the project for the processing of cement clinker (LLC "S Technology") from the Amur Region failed, and investors did not attend the meeting.

The remaining six most elaborated investment projects were adopted by the Subcommittee on the implementation of investment projects in the Far East. The top three, according to Alexander Galushka, included the construction of the Inaglinsky mining and processing complex (Yakutsk Coal-New Technologies CJSC (UK Kolmar LLC) of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia); construction in the Vanino seaport on the northern coast of Muchka »A transport and transshipment complex for transshipment of coal (LLC Sakha (Yakutsk) Transport Company (Volga Group) of the Khabarovsk Territory and a comprehensive investment project for the development of coal mining and coal preparation (JSC Urgalugol (JSC SUEK) of the Khabarovsk Territory).

Other investment projects adopted today are:

- Development of gold mining in the Selemdzhinsky district (Petropavlovsk Group of Companies), Amur Region; 

- Mining and Metallurgical Combine for the extraction and processing of ore of the Ozernovsky gold deposit (Siberian Mining and Metallurgical Alliance OJSC), Kamchatka Krai; 

- 1-th turn of the Taiga mining and processing plant (ZAO GMK Timir (Evraz Group), Republic of Sakha (Yakutia). 

All projects, according to Yuri Trudnov, were unanimously adopted.

In a press approach to the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for the Development of the Far East, a problem was raised with the Fund for the Development of the Far East. Yuri Trutnev told reporters that at the moment there were necessary personnel changes there, but the documents of the fund still do not correspond to the tasks for which they are needed. Despite this, according to him, the Fund is actively working in this direction and should bring an additional effect.

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