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The relocation of ministries and agencies to the Far East is not a priority - Trutnev

The relocation of ministries and departments to the Far East in difficult budgetary conditions is not a priority. According to the TASS news agency, Deputy Prime Minister and Plenipotentiary of the President of the Russian Federation in the Far Eastern Federal District Yuri Trutnev said this, speaking at the "Government Hour" in the Federation Council.

“Translation will require significant financial costs, and you can imagine the degree of budgetary tension,” he said, answering questions from senators after the keynote speech.

“This is not such a noisy power campaign should be, this process has positive and negative sides. We will just spend money (for relocation - editorial note), and now it is more important for us to develop business in the region, ”Trutnev stressed. However, according to him, such companies as RusHydro and Transneft have already announced the opening of offices in the Far East.

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